Natalie Rose Meyle
This is a place of unconditional acceptance. This space was created for you to be fully seen for who you are. Your story matters and I want to spend time getting to know you in our sessions. I aim to provide a safe space where we can heal old wounds, foster compassion for yourself, and learn and practice new skills for relationships, self, and life transitions of all kinds.
Maybe your parenthood journey has been harder than you anticipated. Or you are struggling with feeling good enough. Perhaps you’re ending a relationship or starting a new career. You might be feeling disconnected from your partner or children, feeling touched out and overwhelmed. Life is full of change and transitions that can at times leave us feeling alone, anxious, and exhausted. Therapy is a safe and accepting space where we can work together for you to boldly live as your authentic self.
Imagine being able to focus on your healing and self and turn off the worry. Together we can move past imagining and work to empower you to explore vulnerabilities, achieve balance and connect more deeply with yourself and others. My interests include adults in life transitions: pregnancy, postpartum, parenting, grief, career changes, divorce, marriage, trauma, moving, and child-parent attachment.
My therapy style is rooted in warmth and focused on connection. Your connection with yourself, others, and your world. I am an eclectic practitioner, focusing on approaches that work for each individual client. I often lean towards interpersonal therapy, mindfulness-based practices, and attachment-focused therapy. I am a certified Cognitive Processing Therapist- a trauma treatment protocol for adults as well as Trauma-Focused CBT for children. I am also certified in Interpersonal Therapy. You hold the key to your own self-discovery and I would be honored to walk this path with you.
I received my undergraduate degree in Psychology from The University of Tulsa in 2013. Afterward, I received Masters of Social Work at Tulane University in 2014. My focus in graduate school was trauma, resiliency, and military social work. Since receiving my Master’s Degree and becoming a Licensed Clinical Worker, I have worked in a variety of settings including inpatient and outpatient therapy with children and adults.