MS, LPC , licensed professional counselor, (The Ohio State University) (Dayton University)
Natalie values working with children, adolescents and their parents in a safe and nurturing environment. After a season of pastoral work in children's ministry, she followed her passion to work with children and teens struggling with anxiety, mood disorders, behavior problems and eating disorders. Natalie has experience and training in suicide prevention, crisis pregnancy intervention, group therapy, and multicultural counseling. She desires to help children and their families through hard times and to develop a thriving, fulfilling life.
Natalie obtained a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from The Ohio State University and a Master's degree of science in Education and applied Professions from Dayton University.
Natalie and her husband have been married for 12 years and have three daughters.
• Childhood Anxiety & Depression
• Mood Disorders
• Eating Disorders
• Parenting & Family Counseling
• School & Behavioral Issues
• Anger Management in Children