Natalie is a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern who earned her undergraduate degree in psychology at Rollins College and a master’s degree in counselor education at the University of Central Florida (UCF). With over 12 years of experience working with children aged 5 to 18, she has gained a profound insight into the unique needs of children and adolescents.
Working as a Professional School Counselor at a local high school, she understands what students and families are facing in the school environment. Natalie’s approach to counseling is characterized by a genuine commitment to providing a judgment-free, safe space where her clients can express themselves and grow. She utilizes a versatile range of therapeutic techniques including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) techniques, dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) methods, and the transformative power of play therapy modalities.
If your child is struggling with challenges related to relationships, anxiety, life transitions, divorce, loss of a loved one, or issues surrounding self-worth, Natalie is here to provide the support. She understands that the decision to start therapy can be a difficult one. Her expertise and commitment to your child’s well-being will help them embark on a journey toward growth, resilience, and reaching their full potential.