Natalie Moore, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist

Natalie Moore, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
Natalie Moore | Holistic Psychotherapy 427 S Marengo Ave Ste 5 Pasadena, CA 91101
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Natalie Moore, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist

Holistic Psychotherapy for Individuals, Couples, Families + Children.

I listen. Friends, family members and partners can offer helpful emotional support, but sometimes you need more. As your therapist, I commit my work to being fully present to you, listening with a trained ear and offering you an unbiased view of your life.

I collaborate. Therapy is a collaborative relationship between you and I. Together we’ll establish goals for treatment and work together every step of the way to ensure that your needs are being met.

I empower. Liberate yourself from self-limiting beliefs, overwhelming feelings, negative cycles of thought and self-sabotaging behaviors. I’ll help you put yourself back into the driver’s seat of your life to get you into the direction you’d like to go.

I challenge. Start thinking outside-the-box to identify creative solutions to whatever you wish to change about your life. Eliminate patterns that no longer serve you and start living the life you’ve always wanted for yourself.

I help. My goal is to teach you the skills you need to make meaningful change in your own life. The ultimate goal of therapy is to be equipped with the tools to not need therapy any longer.

I connect. The most powerful catalyst for change in therapy is the relationship between client and therapist. My priority from the first session on is to build a relationship with you wherein you feel safe, seen and heard.

Natalie Moore, LMFT (#MFC107413)
Years In Practice 6
Primary Specialty

Marriage & Family Therapist

Gender Female
Education B.A. in Psychology from University of San Francisco
M.A. in Counseling Psychology from Sofia University (formerly Institute of Transpersonal Psychology)
Training Education. I completed my graduate training at the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology (now called Sofia University,) where I was immersed in a learning environment fostering self-growth in one’s professional -- and personal -- life. Upon completion of my Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, I was equipped with the knowledge and skills to begin making changes in the lives of others.

Behavioral therapy. Helping children on the Autism Spectrum learn life skills, improve social aptitude and decrease self-injurious behaviors was a vastly rewarding experience. Trained in Applied Behavior Analysis and Discrete Trial Training, I was able to assist children and their families effectively manage challenging behaviors to increase the child’s success in school and improve family harmony.

Group facilitation. I furthered my pursuit of helping others through my work at an inpatient treatment center for individuals recovering from substance addiction. I worked one-on-one with clients as well as facilitated psycho-educational and process groups geared toward assisting clients in leading sober and meaningful lives. I particularly enjoyed facilitating creative expression groups and witnessing the tremendous power of creativity in the healing process.

Trauma counseling. I mastered the Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy modality to support children and their families through the process of healing from traumatic experiences. An aspect of this work that I found particularly rewarding was teaching my clients and their families relaxation techniques to prepare them for discussing their traumas in a safe environment.

Private practice. I have since transitioned to working in a private practice setting and enjoy my work immensely. In my spare time I like to hike, practice yoga, meditate, read and spend time with family and close friends. I’m currently taking on new clients and look forward to potentially working with you soon. For a free 30-minute consultation, give me a call at 323.558.2055
Affiliations Echo Parenting and Education, Volunteer
Southern California Mental Health Professionals, Member
Health and Wellness Professionals Los Angeles, Member
Certification “TF/CBT Training for Mental Health Professionals,” CiMH.
Attended 16-hour training administered by Vickie Beck APRN, BC of the California Institute for Mental Health. Approved training for MFTs and MFTIs by the Board of Behavioral Sciences. April 24, 2014.

“TF/CBT Web-based Learning Course,” MUSC.
Completed 10-hour online training offered through Medical University of South Carolina. Approved training for MFTs and MFTIs by the Board of Behavioral Sciences. December 3, 2013.
Office Staff 1, self
Payment Options Although I accept private pay only, most PPO insurance companies will reimburse for some of the cost of therapy delivered by an out-of-network-provider. I can make a super-bill available to you to submit to your insurance company. I accept cash and personal checks.
Services I support. I understand that reaching out for help is challenging. Let me assist you in making this step easier. I provide treatment for a broad range of presenting issues. Areas of specialization include young adults living with anxiety, survivors of trauma and parents of children with special needs.

I encourage. You’ve already begun your path toward healing in your search for a therapist who can help you feel better. I encourage you to take the next step and give me a call to schedule your free 15-minute consultation at 323.558.2055
Additional Services stress + anxiety, depression, life transitions, grief + loss, trauma + PTSD, abuse, domestic violence, social skills deficits, work-life balance, addictions/compulsions, disordered eating, low self-esteem, ADHD, ODD, relationship issues, LGBTQ issues, cultural issues, spiritual issues
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