The Staff at Browne Psychology Professional Corporation:






Natacha P. Pennycooke, MSC.


Mental Health Counsellor


Registering Psychotherapist (CRPO)


Are you sick and tired of feeling hopeless, panicked and alone?


My clients come to me because they want someone to understand that they feel sad, trapped and overwhelmed, and that every method of escape has pushed them deeper into their struggles.

With me you will learn specific skills and tools that will leave you encouraged and wanting to make life long changes. You will learn to understand yourself in ways no one has taught you before and begin to feel empowered in your day to day life.

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Natacha P. Pennycooke is a passionate mental health clinician with expertise in counselling and psychotherapy with youth and adults. Her clinical approach is based on person-centered therapy, while incorporating cognitive behavioural and dialectical behavioural techniques, motivational interviewing and positive psychological skills. Natacha takes pride in demonstrating a high standard of cultural awareness and inclusive counselling, all within an inclusive and anti-oppressive framework. Natacha has experience in, clinical and forensic settings, providing psychotherapy to individuals, couples and groups struggling with anxiety, traumatic experiences, depression, suicidal ideation, low self-esteem, anger issues, emotional crisis, adjustment difficulties, relationship/ interpersonal issues, substance abuse, addiction and personality disorders.

Natacha received her Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Concordia University (Montreal, Canada), where she specialized in Cultural Psychology and minored in Biology. She received her Master's degree in Counselling Psychology at The University of the West Indies - CaveHill campus (Barbados), and completed her clinical practicum internship at the Department of Community Health & Psychiatry of The University Hospital of the West Indies, in Kingston, Jamaica. While working in Jamaica, Natacha had the opportunity to co-facilitate group counselling sessions with in-patients on the psychiatric ward, as well as provide individual and couples psychotherapy to out-patients. Not only did she get the chance to work with clients with schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, trauma, suicidal ideation, substance abuse and marital conflict, but she was a part of a multidisciplinary team assigned to provide patients with holistic care.

Natacha has provided medical intervention, supportive and trauma based counselling to sexual assault survivors in hospital emergency rooms, community clinics and not-for-profit organisations. In this capacity she has also provided brief counselling and psycho-education to assault survivors' family members. In her free time she volunteers supporting women who experience sexual abuse and physical violence.

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