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Dr Nina Brauner

HCPC registered Clinical Psychologist

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Psychological Therapy

There are times when we are overwhelmed by the challenges we face. This might be due to current situations and/or linked to past experiences and/or trauma. It might then lead to getting stuck in this place, finding it difficult to connect to oneself and others and live ones life in a meaningful way. In these situations, it can sometimes be helpful to explore options and ideas with someone outside the situation. One way of getting support along the journey is to engage in psychological therapy.

My aim is to provide a safe space, to explore, grow and move in the direction that accords with your values. For some it might be easy to trust and connect while for others it might be a big part of what therapy is about. 

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My Services

I offer short, medium and long-term psychological therapy for adults following an initial consultation. There is no need to have a diagnosis to access therapy. 

The type of problems I can offer support with include:

- Stress

- Overwhelming emotions

- Low self-esteem or confidence

- Adjustment to life changes or major transitions

- Problems with assertiveness, boundaries and people pleasing

- Low mood and depression

- Anxiety, about a wide variety of issues including social situation or health

- Trauma, including Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

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I offer face-to-face sessions on Friday mornings in Central Cambridge at 8AKP (

How to access therapy:

I accept self-referral below as well as referrals from professionals. I'm currently not registered with insurance companies.

Once I receive an inquiry, I will offer a brief conversation via phone to ask you what you would like support with and find out if I am the right therapist for you.

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About me


My first degree was in economics, and I started my working life in business for an international company. Being based in different countries, this taught me about cultures, belonging and the challenges of a competitive work environment. I then followed my passion to learn about mental health in England and have worked in the NHS over 10 years. I completed my doctorate in Clinical Psychology at University College London, graduating in 2013. This enabled me both to work with people across the lifespan and learn about different therapeutic approaches. Since graduating, my work has focused on adults, working both in primary and secondary care. 

I am particularly interested in the impact of trauma and the role of power and community on mental wellbeing and distress. Therapeutically, I draw on a variety of models, depending on what brings you to therapy and what your goals are. This includes Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Narrative Exposure Therapy (NET) and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Narrative Therapy and Parts Work.  I also draw on Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).

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First appointment

The initial session lasts for approximately 90 minutes. Here we will discuss what brought you to therapy and your goals as well as a treatment plan. We will also agree the number of initial sessions after which we will have a review.


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Therapy appointments are usually weekly and last 50 minutes. At the review session, we will agree to either work towards ending or jointly set a date for the next review. This way the ending is foreseen, negotiated and prepared for by us both.

In case you would like reports or letters, additional fees may apply. Please let me know in advance if you would like any documents in writing.

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Contact Me

Please send me an email to let me know what you are looking for. While I do not check my email daily, I will aim to reply within one week.

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