Nina Dhiman

Practitioner Psychologist, Listed Mindfulness Teacher and Registered Yoga Teacher

About Nina Dhiman

Nina is a Chartered Psychologist, UK Listed Mindfulness Teacher and Yoga Teacher. She practised over several years in the NHS and gained broad experience working with individuals and groups with mental health challenges. Her work with clients included understanding and managing anxiety, low mood, stress, transitional life events and trauma.


Nina has knowledge, skills and a personal meditation practise of Mindfulness and Compassionate focused approaches. Recognizing the need to work more holistically she incorporated these in her work. She introduced secular mindfulness in the NHS to staff of an acute services multidisciplinary team and subsequently led ward-based mindfulness for service-users in groups and on a one to one basis.


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She has been offering secular Mindfulness courses since 2016. Her aspiration is to empower people to sustain wellbeing by sharing and teaching practices that develop meta-cognition with kindness and curiosity. Courses can be tailored for a personalised and practical approach to healing too within a safe confidential therapeutic space. Nina is passionate about the transformational benefits of working from a holistic embodied perspective, encompassing the importance of physical and energetic, mental, and emotional, and spiritual dimensions which are core facets in Yoga, and now increasingly recognised in modern Western psychology.


She seeks to understand the whole person in the context of an individual’s culture, traditions, and diversity. Her Integrative approach is flexible and inclusive, using methods such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Third-Wave Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) and Humanistic perspectives to encourage personal values, insight, potential and interconnectedness.


Nina recently co-designed a pilot six-week Therapeutic Yoga course for stress, burnout and anxiety with a team of researchers at Kent University and hopes to build on this work with further collaboration. She is a Mindfulness teacher with a Kent Charity, The Tenterden Mindfulness Group where she is currently offering online mindfulness and yoga. Please visit:
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Registered With:

Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
British Psychological Society (BPS)
Division of Clinical Psychology (DCP)
British Association of Mindfulness Approaches (BAMBA)