Natalie Weber

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Starting the therapeutic journey can evoke a wide range of feelings, and I am here to support you throughout the entire process. Life can be both beautiful and full of joy, as well as painful, overwhelming and lonely. In a world that is often chasing the next quick fix to eliminate or distract oneself from unpleasant emotions, I help support my clients towards a new way of living that promotes healing through increased insight, self-compassion, and acceptance of the flawed and painful experience that is being human. I value creating a space for my clients that is non-judgmental, authentic, and trauma informed. My objective is to build a collaborative therapeutic relationship based on trust and transparency to help each client meet their individualized goals.

As each person and their experiences are unique, I do not believe in a “one size fits all” approach in therapy. I utilize an integrative style that pulls theories and techniques from multiple evidence-based schools of thought, including; cognitive behavioral interventions, psychodynamic psychotherapy, acceptance and commitment therapy and a client centered lens. When working with couples, I employ psychoeducation around healthy communication skills and emotion focused therapy to help address re-occurring issues that lead to unhealthy conflict and emotional disconnection. I primarily work with adults, teens, and couples.

I have worked in the field of mental health for over 8 years, and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Oregon. I graduated from Pacific University with a Master’s degree in Applied Psychological Sciences. I also hold a Bachelor’s degree in Human Development & Family Sciences with a Minor in Psychology from Oregon State University. I have extensive experience working with individuals who struggle with anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, and navigating interpersonal relationships. I am trained and certified in working with survivors of Domestic Violence and complex PTSD.