Nathalie Edmond, Psy.D., RYT-500

Nathalie Edmond, PsyD, RYT-500 is a licensed clinical psychologist and experienced yoga teacher who takes an integrative perspective to her consultations and trainings.


Dr. Edmond attended Rutgers for undergraduate and graduated with her doctorate from Wright State University School of Professional Psychology in 2003. She was director of Princeton House Women’s Program for 7 years where she implemented evidenced based practices such as Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Seeking Safety (Trauma and Addiction) and Sensorimotor (Mind-Body approach with an emphasis on how early childhood experiences impact how we are in relationships). She is also trained in a variety of evidenced based practices such as EMDR and CBT for Insomnia.

Dr. Edmond is passionate about infusing mind body spirit approaches into her clinical work as well as a social justice lens that identifies the importance of race, ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, age, gender, and abilities in our lives. She worked at Princeton University for several years coordinating their Mind Body Health team and Eating Disorder team. She specializes in addressing racial trauma, providing gender affirmative care, and anti-racism.
Nathalie is director and founder of Mindful and Multicultural Counseling fulfilling her dream of making mindfulness, therapy and yoga accessible to more of the community.


She believes that transformation happens when we integrate mind-body-spirit and have an embodied dialogue. She is trained in multiculturalism and intersectional feminism and takes a trauma informed approach to her work. She believes that anti-racism work includes addressing all marginalized groups and identities and working towards liberation of all beings. She regularly leads anti-racism and diversity trainings for clinical practices, libraries, school districts, corporations, nonprofits, activism groups and yoga communities.


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