Natasha's approach —

HUMAN CONNECTION IS THE MOST POWERFUL FORCE FOR GOOD ON THIS EARTH. I BELIEVE THAT THERAPY, DONE WELL, CHANGES OUR WORLD FOR THE BETTER.

01.

THERAPY

$150 per session // $190 for the first session //  In-Network with Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO & UnitedHealthcare

We often approach therapy by first asking, "What’s wrong?" instead of establishing what is 'right' about this very specific process. At the start, my role is to "hold" the space, time, and energy dedicated to our work. I ask many questions, and listen as you explain all that is important in your life’s story so far. Over time, I ask about where you seem to get stuck, and we imagine how things might be different in the future if X, Y, or Z were to change. At this point, you are likely to ask "How?" and we'll ponder this question together. I show up to each session with curiosity, an open heart, and a discerning mind. To nurture our work, I am present with your present day concerns and your hopes for the future. Your therapy is very important to me. My engagement with your full and unfolding life will include questions, an outline of desired outcomes, check-ins, celebration of progress, and feedback. If you’d like to work with me, please get in touch using any contact form on this site. Below is a list of specific issues that most clients bring to their work with me.

Experience and Expertise —

  • Anxiety/Panic

  • Depression & Loss of Meaning

  • Childhood Emotional Neglect (CEN)

  • Professional Caregiving (Therapists, Doctors, Nurses, Health Professionals)

  • Interpersonal Caregiving

  • Intergenerational Transmission of Problems

  • Family Conflict

  • Relationship Problems

  • Burnout & Compassion Fatigue

  • Identity and Role Confusion (social, family)

  • Major Life Transitions

  • Divorce/Relationship Loss

  • Career Shift

  • Emerging Adulthood

  • Existential Concerns (meaning of life, death anxiety)

02.

SUPERVISION

$125 per session // $190 for the initial consultation

Supervision should be modeled after good therapy. My relationship to my supervision clients is very similar to my therapy clients. However, instead of treating distress, my aim is different and two-fold. I show up to each session with both the desire to help you grow in therapeutic expertise and increase your self-knowledge. To become a better therapist is to also grow as a person. What may be the most important part of our work comes next - a deeply rooted sense of meaning in your career. To discover (or rediscover) the 'why' behind your career choice is extremely important. To put it plainly- Your overall ability to help your clients absolutely depends on your capacity to serve others while fulfilling your very personal purpose. A purpose that exists for the sake of your clients - *but it is also very much about* *you*. I am committed to helping you transform from a confused, anxious, overburdened practitioner to one who joyfully connects with clients. Your work should be incredibly helpful and very personally satisfying - at the same time.

03.

EDUCATION

In a way, students of therapy are the most genuine practitioners among us. They approach their work with a "beginner's mind" and notice aspects of therapy that may be harder for more seasoned therapists to see. They're open, eager, and highly curious. I am deeply enriched by spending time with them. The courses I teach in a typical year focus on Person of the Therapist issues, and the business side of the mental health care industry. I am also the direct supervisor to graduate students at a teaching clinic. If you're interested in working with me to educate, mentor, and supervise students, interns, and other emerging therapists, please reach out!