Natasha Anderson is a Sexual Health Adviser and Psychosexual Therapist at Birmingham Heartlands Hospital. Working within the Hawthorn House sexual health team, she leads the Trust's psychosexual therapy service.
Natasha began her career working with young offenders through the charity Nacro. During this time, she gained a Postgraduate Certificate in Sexual Health Studies at the University of Birmingham, and began work for Brook Advisory Clinic as an information worker.
Concentrating again on work with young people, Natasha went on to serve as a pregnancy counsellor at Brook, increasingly also offering general counselling to clinic attendees. During this time she undertook formal counselling training, and began working on a voluntary basis for the Rape and Sexual Violence Project, the only specialised sexual violence service in Birmingham and Solihull.
She has now worked as a health adviser at Heartlands Hospital for several years, during which time she has completed a degree in Counselling at Newman University College. She has trained as a psychosexual therapist and sexual relationship therapist with the Relate Institute. Natasha is also a qualified sex and porn addiction therapist and holds a certificate in clinical supervision.
Natasha also volunteers with Saving Lives.