Nadia has a Masters in Psychology from Hertfordshire University, as well as a Masters in Occupational Psychology from Birkbeck University, she is also Level A and B qualified and on the BPS register of competence in psychological testing. In addition to these qualifications Nadia has a LLB in Law from Keele University, is a qualified teacher with a PGCE in Secondary Teaching from the Institute of Education, University of London and is currently completing her postgraduate certificate in Counselling Psychology at City University.
Over the last 15 years, Nadia has gained experience working in a wide range of supportive roles, including; volunteer counsellor with the Place 2 Be, working with MIND in a psychiatric unit, head of behaviour support, teacher of special needs, partnership coordinator at the Addiction Recovery Foundation and as a career coach. Nadia has also provided legal advice to prisoners in Silver Water Correctional Centre, Sydney, Australia. She is skilled in offering advice, support and guidance to both vulnerable children and adults, with a proven ability to empathise with individuals. Nadia is very comfortable and experienced in working and communicating with people from all backgrounds. Nadia is able to draw on her in-depth knowledge of psychology when supporting clients, particularly when dealing with career related problems. Nadia has also travelled the world extensively and has a great understanding of different cultures, religions, traditions and beliefs.
Nadia prefers to adopt a humanistic approach when working with her clients.