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Ms Natajsa Wagner

Ms Natajsa Wagner

Mobile 0403 471 609
Psychotherapist, Gestalt Therapist

Natajsa Wagner Psychotherapy

Mobile 0403 471 609

Hello and welcome! I'm Natajsa and I am a Clinical Psychotherapist in Ashgrove, Brisbane working with individuals, couples, and groups. I believe that relationships we have with ourselves and others is the essential ingredient to our emotional health, happiness and wellbeing. My focus is on helping people develop self-awareness and understanding of their challenges, so we can create long term change sustainable change that allows us to live with more meaning and fulfillment.

PHONEPRACTICE LOCATIONS

  • Natajsa Wagner Psychotherapy, 156 Rangeview Place, Ashgrove, Brisbane QLD 4060 0403 471 609 PHONE 0403 471 609

Services

  • Counselling, Psychotherapy, Group Therapy, Coaching / Mentoring, Workshops / Courses, Professional Training, Clinical Supervision, Phone Consultations, Video / Skype 
  • Areas of Special Interest

  • Adolescent Issues, Anger Related Issues, Anxiety / Panic Attacks, Assertiveness, Childhood Issues, Communication Issues, Conflict Resolution, Depression, Divorce / Separation, Dreams, Eating Disorders, Emotional Crisis, Existential Issues, Grief / Bereavement, Guilt Feelings, Life Transitions, PTSD, Relationship Issues, Spirituality / Religion, Trauma Recovery, Women's Issues  
  • MODALITIES / Approach

    ACT, CBT, Compassion-Focused Therapy, Dream Work, Emotionally Focused Therapy, Ericksonian, Existential, Experiential, Gestalt, Inner Child, Interpersonal, Meditation, Mindfulness, Narrative Therapy, Person Centred, Transpersonal, Trauma-Informed

    My role is to provide a supportive space for you to share your stories, challenges and concerns. I work with you to develop awareness and clarity on your situation. Having an objective, non-judgmental guide means that I can help you see your blind posts as well as help you look at different perspectives. We work collaboratively and in partnership. I use my skills and knowledge and empower you to create your own long-term, sustainable change.

    ACCREDITATIONS

    • Masters Gestalt Psychotherapy - 2015 - Gestalt Therapy Brisbane

    Professional Associations

    • Gestalt Australia & New Zealand
    • Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia

    Quality Provision

    I am a clinical member of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia and Gestalt Australia and New Zealand. I have a love of learning and continue to engage in my own ongoing development in skills and knowledge ensuring that I meet the professional requirements from Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia. I also undertake regular clinical supervision and engage in peer supervision, and professional development.

    Background

    I have over 6 years of clinical experience that includes work in the community and corporate sectors as well as private practice. My strategies combine Gestalt Psychotherapy, self-awareness and neuroscience. The strategies I teach focus on creating positive, sustainable change & transformation. I work with individuals, couples and groups in Brisbane and online globally. I have been featured as an expert therapist in Women's Health & Fitness Magazine & Cosmopolitan and ABC along with many other online publications.

    Appointments

    I offer a free 20 minute pre-session chat for new clients, to discuss which of my current offerings may be suitable. Standard appointments are 50 minutes (allow 1 hour).
    Book your appointment online at: www.natajsawagner.com/workwithme

    Transport and Parking

    On-Site parking is available and there is local bus transport to the area.

    Fees

    $176 inc GST for a 50-minute session

    $198 inc GST for a 50-minute couples session.
    I offer rebates for members of Bupa & Medibank Private health.

    Students of Gestalt Therapy and university students are eligible for a reduced fee.

    Payment Options

    I accept cash and all major debit/credit cards. Paypal, and Bank Transfer is also available.



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    10 Questions with Natajsa Wagner

    • What led you to choose psychotherapy or counselling as a profession?

    • Becoming a psychotherapist was actually a career change for me. My background prior to this was working in the corporate sales sector. I began my journey in psychotherapy when I started to ask the big questions: What am I doing with my life? Is what I am doing making me happy? Who am I really? As I started my training and started to find the answers to those questions, I discovered that this was the work I was meant to be doing!
    • Which philosophical approaches have influenced your professional/personal development?

    • My belief is that all of our challenges are relational in nature. Whether it is the relationship we have with ourselves, others or a lack of relationship. By developing self-awareness and understanding of our challenges we can create change that leads to more fulfilling and meaningful connection and wellbeing.

      I draw inspiration from many people including Carl Jung, Martin Buber, Epicurus, Fritz Perlz, Irving Yalom and Nitcheze to name a few!
    • Which particular aspects of health or the human journey are you interested in?

    • I have a special interest in supporting people through life transitions, and when they hear The call.

      The call comes when we are breaking or are ready to break.
      I believe many of us come to this moment.
      A point in our lives where we start to question how we are living our life and if it's in alignment with our values and what we want to be doing.

      Sometimes it is a relationship that ends, we lose our job, a child becomes ill, a loved one dies or we have a dream that won't seem to let go.

      These are the pivotal and life-changing moments where we are called to assess where we are, what's important and what changes need to be made.

      We begin to question our place in the world and how we are living.
      We ask ourselves if we are living authentically and if we remember what authentic is for us.
      We want to find answers to "who am I?" and "What do I want from my life?"
      We feel deeply that there is something we are missing, a knowing that something is not quite right or that there is something else we should be doing.

      This is the call.
      The call to wake up, to begin to peel off our masks, our layers of conditioning.
      This is the call
      To discover who we really are, who we are meant to be and what our work is in the world.
    • What method/s do you use?

    • My training is as a Gestalt therapist, however, I employ a range of methods when working with someone. My approach is also more than my methods or techniques. I believe good therapy is about a human meeting and meeting each person where they are.

      Relationships are key and this is why I work collaboratively and in partnership with all of my clients.
      My focus is to provide a safe and supportive space for you to share your stories, challenges and concerns.
      I work with you to develop awareness and clarity on your situation so that together, we can find the solutions you need to create long-term sustainable change.

      I am here for you as an objective, non-judegmental guide. This means that I can help you see your blind posts as well as help you look at different perspectives you might not have considered.
    • When do you think the client will start to feel that progress is being made?

    • I believe that choosing to take the first step to reach out for support is progress in itself. As each individual is different I believe that progress is also specific to each person. For some people progress is starting to open up and speak to someone, learning something new about ourselves, developing more awareness or achieving a specific outcome or goal. My belief is that every moment is an opportunity to create something change.
    • How has therapy made you a better person?

    • As a therapist walking my talk is something that is important to me. Having awareness of my own edges, vulnerabilities, and places to grow means that I am able to support my clients. I am able to know what belongs to me and what belongs to my clients.

      Having sat in the client's chair also means I have an understanding of the therapeutic process as well as the feelings and emotions that come up for you!
    • What do you like most about being a therapist?

    • I am most grateful for the privilege of being able to hold space for my clients. Being able to support people to do the inner work is a gift. The journey of healing, growth and personal transformation is real, raw, messy and heart-opening work.
    • Do you ever have 'bad hair' days?

    • Yes of course! I am human. What is different for me now after doing my own inner work is that I have awareness of what is going on and I know how to manage it. I can come from a place of choice and possibility rather than feeling overwhelmed or stuck.
    • What do you think is the most significant problem we face, in the world today?

    • Great question, with many answers. For me, I see one of the most significant problems we face is a lack of connection. In so many ways humans have become disconnected from ourselves, each other, nature, meaningful work, purpose, and spirituality. If we look at the root causes of dis-ease both emotional and physical I think the disconnection we feel in these areas of our lives is an important factor we need to address.
    • Can you share the name of a book, film, song, event or work of art that inspires you?

    • One of my favorite books is The Alchemist by Paul Coelho & The Prophet by Khalil Gibran
      Music that inspires me is Nahko and medicine for the people, the song that touches me is Aloha Ke Akua and Risk it.
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    Ms Natajsa Wagner

    Natajsa Wagner

    Psychotherapist, Gestalt Therapist

    Hello, I'm Natajsa. I'm so pleased you are here!

    I believe in a modern approach when it comes to our emotional health & wellbeing. Good emotional health & wellbeing focuses on prevention & personal growth. It’s realizing that we all need spaces for support, self-reflection & healing.

    By taking care of our emotional world before things become too overwhelming we are able to manage our challenges more effectively and find solutions faster.
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    • Ashgrove
    • ACT, CBT, Compassion-Focused Therapy, Dream Work, Emotionally Focused Therapy, Ericksonian, Existential, Experiential, Gestalt, Inner Child, Interpersonal, Meditation, Mindfulness, Narrative Therapy, Person Centred, Transpersonal, Trauma-Informed