Therapy for women

who have suffered a pregnancy loss or birth trauma after fertility treatment

Move past your trauma and on to a happier future, whatever the outcome.

Hi, I’m natasha

I’m so pleased you’ve found this page! I understand you might be feeling lost, anxious or unsure of which way to turn.

Please don’t worry. If you’ve experienced a pregnancy loss during fertility treatment, I want to assure you that this is a safe place for you.

Working as a Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist since 2009, I focus on helping women and their partners move past pregnancy loss or birth trauma and on to a happier future.

Why? Because I’ve experienced infertility and birth trauma too, so I can draw on this experience to treat my clients with the empathy and compassion they need. It’s also important to say that my services are not for everyone. My experience and skills lie specifically with helping women who have experienced a loss during or after fertility treatment. If you have any questions about this, please get in touch.

How I can help YOU

Using empathy, sensitivity, professional and personal experience, alongside Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy (CBT) and Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing  (EMDR), I provide a safe, nurturing environment that allows the people that I work with to relax and feel comfortable to talk about their issues of infertility, pregnancy loss and trauma. 

Together, we face the trauma of loss, so that you can emotionally prepare for future pregnancies or any other decisions that you have made around having a family.

Case Studies

Success stories from the women I’ve helped

Women come to me after undergoing fertility treatments such as intrauterine insemination (IUI), in vitro fertilisation (IVF) or intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI).

While their treatment was successful, the pregnancy has sadly ended in miscarriage, still birth, premature birth or the termination of the pregnancy for medical reasons (TFMR). At times, this loss was traumatic. This trauma had a profound impact on both parents, but thankfully therapy has allowed them to work through their trauma and as a result dramatically improved their quality of life and helped them re-focus on their future pregnancy journey.

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Meet Rose

When Rose* came to me after suffering two traumatic miscarriages, we began working on preparing her for her first cycle of IVF. We first explored her adopted coping mechanisms, and helped her to get a perspective on her perfectionist tendencies, her need for...

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Meet Lucy

Lucy came to me when she began to have difficulty focusing at work. A year earlier, during her first pregnancy, a routine scan had revealed that her baby’s heart was not beating, and the following day she had been rushed to hospital. She lost her baby. The trauma...