Natalie Bottroff, Director & Principal Consultant

Natalie Bottroff
Director | Principal Consultant
Trainer | MHFA Principal Master Instructor

Certificate IV in Workplace Training & Assessment
Graduate Diploma in Rehabilitation Counselling
PTSD, ACT and Trauma Informed Care trained
Mental Vitality & Self Care trained, Suicide Risk Assessment Australia
Progressive Goal Attainment Program trained
Volunteer, Hutt Street Centre & Victim Support Service


A well-established career in injury management and rehabilitation has seen Natalie gain invaluable insight into the impact of physical and psychological injuries on the lives of individuals, their families and workplaces. This has been the driving force behind her work in the industry and her passion and vision to improve practices in South Australia.

Natalie has a special interest in working with individuals experiencing mental health issues. Through proper management, knowledge and understanding, Natalie believes individuals can be supported to lead happy and productive lives and be valuable – and valued – members of the community. As a Principal Master Instructor in Mental Health First Aid, Natalie shares her experience, knowledge and skills with others, teaching them to recognise and assist in a mental health crisis, breaking down barriers and decreasing discrimination and judgement. Extending her capabilities in this area, Natalie is trained in occupational rehabilitation and suicidality to enhance her work with at risk individuals.

In addition to her work as a hands-on practitioner and trainer, Natalie leads a team of skilled consultants in her own practice and hopes to instil in them some of the enthusiasm, passion and drive that have led to her being a sought-after consultant in the industry.

Natalie also supports those in need within the community, volunteering at Hutt St Centre and as a court support volunteer with Victim Support Service, both incredibly humbling and rewarding roles.

Mental Health First Aid Australia