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Natasha's treatment approach starts with the goal of building a relationship with both the child and their parents. Natasha draws strongly from behavioral/cognitive-behavioral approaches and utilizes a family systems perspective when designing treatment plans. Some evidence-based practices she uses include behavior management training, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), parent-child interaction therapy (PCIT), exposure and response prevention (ERP), and cognitive restructuring. Natasha creates a relaxed, comfortable, and light-hearted atmosphere while often incorporating humor into her practice. At the same time, her approach is solution-focused and she encourages clients to actively engage in treatment goals in order to experience measurable behavioral changes. Natasha encourages feedback every step of the way to ensure the client is feeling his/her needs are being addressed. Finally, Natasha strongly believes that the purpose of therapy is not only to address symptoms, but to improve overall well-being and enhance quality of life through positive psychology and mindfulness-based practices. At this time, Natasha is offering in person and telehealth (audiovisual) therapy sessions.



  • Anxiety disorders

  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder- Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP)

  • ADHD in young children and teens

  • Disruptive behavioral disorders in young children

  • Parent- Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) (ages 2-7)

  • Parent behavior management training

  • Sleep difficulties in toddlers and young children

  • Anxiety, depression, stress, life changes, and relationship concerns in teens and young adults


2009- Bachelors in Psychology at University of Austin at Texas

2014- M.Ed. in School Psychology

2016- Ph.D. in School Psychology at University of Florida

         Clinical Internship at Nebraska Internship Consortium of Professional Psychology

2017- Postdoctoral Fellowship at Children’s Minnesota in St. Paul

2020- Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions (SPACE) trained 

2017- Licensed Psychologist

2018- Certified in Parent Child Interaction Therapy


2018- Best Buy Corporate  “Think Blue: Conversations Outside of the Big Box.” Speaker for Childhood anxiety

2019- Served on Expert Panel for OCD and anxiety disorders at OCD and Anxiety Center of Minnesota

2019- Invited Lecturer on childhood externalizing and childhood internalizing disorders at St. Thomas University (Psychology graduate program)





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