About Nathan Burt MBACP

I specialise in providing support and expertise to help people strengthen the relationship they have with themselves. Enabling them to process and overcome confusion stress anxiety or depression, through open dialogue and creative expression.

My professional background is a mix of operational and therapeutic ventures. For 25 years I worked in the Creative Sector growing a weekend job while at school into international roles for brands and advertising networks. Managing projects in pressurised environments grew into leading teams and mentoring individuals. During this period the need to navigate personal family trauma in 2011 re-connected me to ‘The Road Less Travelled' by M. Scott Peck, that I had read in 1997 and one of many books that inspire and inform my work

The combination of the above experiences prompted my decision in 2013 to study Psychotherapy as a mature student at Regents University London and eventually to qualify and register with the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (bacp). 


This included a clinical placement at Waterloo Community Counselling and led to me transitioning careers during 2016. At which point I combined the above with my previous training in nutrition, body therapy and meditation to begin my private practice ‘The Unsaid Space’ full-time. I now have 4000+ hrs of experience working with individuals as well as on-site in businesses running clinics and educational workshops. I work in a creative and integrative way and continue to study human development extensively. ​​​​​

Personal challenge and inspiration are found through my work and time spent with my partner friends family and especially the privilege of being dad to my two daughters. I'm passionate about how physical movement can support mental health as well as the power of cycling to create positive change socially. I ride most days, as well as enjoying yoga, reading, anything musical and good wine/rum - although rarely at the same time.​​​​​​​​​​

​​​​​I am a registered member of the bacp (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy) and adhere their code of ethical conduct.

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