Natalie is a licensed psychologist in the province of Ontario. She completed her Ph.D. in clinical psychology at York University. She offers therapy to adults experiencing a range of concerns including anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorders, stress, trauma, interpersonal difficulties, emotion dysregulation, and complex mental illness. She also offers therapy to couples experiencing relationship distress. Natalie’s warm, empathic, non-judgmental and collaborative style fosters an environment conducive to supporting clients in reaching their goals.
Natalie has been trained and employed in a variety of settings, including North York General Hospital, St. Joseph’s Healthcare in Hamilton, and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) where she recently completed a postdoctoral fellowship. She has expertise in client-centred, cognitive behavioural, emotion-focused and dialectical behaviour therapy traditions. She has been involved in teaching undergraduates and in training professionals in the use of many of these therapeutic approaches.
In addition to her clinical work, Natalie has authored a number of scientific articles and has presented at national and international conferences. Her research, which focuses on ethno-racial differences in the expression of stigma towards individuals with mental health difficulties, regularly informs her work with clients.