Nathalie Edmond, Psy.D., RYT-500

Dr. Nathalie Edmond is a licensed clinical psychologist and registered yoga teacher who has lived, worked, and volunteered in Mercer county for almost 20 years.  She completed her undergraduate degree from Rutgers in 1998 and her doctorate from Wright State University in 2003.  She served as director of Princeton House Women’s Trauma program for several years and worked at Princeton University in their counseling center prior to starting her own group practice and antiracism consultation business, Mindful and Multicultural Counseling, in 2019. She was co-chair of racial justice initiatives at her congregation, has spoken at Not In Our Town, and leads several anti-racism workshops a week. She has served as clinical supervisor in a variety of settings and is committed to the growth and development of women and BIPOC individuals.

She currently teaches a graduate course on multiculturalism and feminism.  Dr. Edmond serves as President of the Board of Trustees for her religious community, Unitarian Universalist at Washington Crossing.