Natalie believes in a collaborative counselling process where she works to provide a safe environment for people of all ages and diversities to feel comfortable to tackle what is bothering them. She takes a client-centered approach where issues and presenting problems are explored from a strength-based perspective. Natalie understands that individuals have unique experiences that influence how they live their lives and chooses to walk alongside them in their journey to wellness.
Natalie has seven years of experience working in multiple mental health settings supporting children, individuals, couples, and families. Natalie works with individuals and families to provide counselling and support for many issues including peer relationships, behavioural challenges, anger, anxiety, conflict, addictions, grief, and communication issues.
Natalie is a Registered Provisional Psychologist with the College of Alberta Psychologists. She has completed a Master of Counselling from Athabasca University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology through the University of Alberta.
Natalie has been described by colleagues and clients as having a calming and non-judgmental presence which provides a comforting environment to explore difficult issues.
- Children (5-12)
- Adolescents (13-18)
- Couples & Families
- Master of Counselling (2015); Athabasca University, Athabasca, AB.
- Bachelor of Arts, Psychology (2012); University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB.
- Basic Clinical Hypnosis Training Workshop, (Canadian Federation of Clinical Hypnosis Alberta Society)