Helping Young Adults Reduce Anxiety Naturally
Are you a young adult with anxiety or depression looking for holistic psychotherapy services in Pasadena or Los Angeles, CA? Natalie Moore is a somatic (mind/body/spirit) therapist who specializes in helping creative millennials with lofty goals who don't want to be held back by fear and self-doubt.
Need to find a therapist who really gets you? Look no further.
Help for Depression
You want to be happy, optimistic and positive. But depression is keeping you from seeing the good. Holistic therapy can help you address the root causes of depression and bring more ease and joy into your life.
Relief from Anxiety
You seek nothing more than to feel relaxed in your own body — but anxiety makes that seem impossible at times. A holistic approach to therapy can help you develop resources to reduce anxiety naturally.
Support through Transitions
Have you recently made a big change and had trouble adjusting? Or maybe you're planning a shift and need the encouragement to follow through. Therapy for mind, body and spirit can help support your process.
Hi, I'm Natalie.
And my passion is helping people live more peaceful, meaningful lives. Through holistic therapy in Pasadena, my mission is to provide people with the support and tools they need to be the best version of themselves.
Let's work together to get things back on the right track.
People seek psychotherapy for all kinds of reasons at various turning points in their lives. It's natural to go through periods of increased need when you require more support than what is currently available to you.
If you feel like you and your partner don't seem to get anywhere in your discussions or are fighting too much to agree on anything, it may be time to seek additional help. Couple's counseling is a great resource.
Worried about your child's development or a change your teen's behavior? You may now realize that you want an objective ear to listen to your concerns and to provide much-needed guidance.
My integrative approach:
I believe that in order to be truly happy, one must attend to the health of mind, body and spirit.
This perspective blends elements of traditional Western psychology with Eastern philosophies of healing (such as meditation, mindfulness, yoga and other mind/body practices.)
It also means that I won't give you band-aid solutions — I'm interested in getting to the root cause of issues to support true healing.