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.
Hi, I'm Natalie.
I empower ambitious, creative millennials who are ready to walk through fear and transform limiting patterns to create the life, career and relationships of their dreams.
Utilizing the best of Western psychology and Eastern spiritual principles, I get to the root cause of issues to support true healing.
You already have everything inside you — the strength, the answers, the ability to manifest your desires. The missing ingredient is the supportive environment to nurture and draw out what’s already there.
You have a creative vision that needs to be shared.
You know it’s time to get really still, really quiet, and start listening to that voice within that you’ve been drowning out because you’re “too busy.”
You’re ready to let go of excuses.
No more playing small, no more people-pleasing and no more following someone else’s formula for happiness or success. Only you can create that.
You know that there has to be more to life than the hustle and grind. You’re ready to know yourself on a deeper level. I want to help you come home to yourself — a place inside that is serene and crystal clear.
You want to impact the world through your creative vision. It takes persistence and a hell of a lot of emotional resilience to get there. I want to support you on your journey towards making your career dreams a reality.
Humans thrive in deep, authentic relationships. Whether it’s attracting “the one” or building a community of like-minded people, I want to guide you in creating that sense of belonging you’re looking for.
What colleagues say about my work...
Natalie is a bright light in the therapy world. She is my go-to referral for individuals and couples seeking to break out of patterns and paradigms that are holding them back from a life in which they can thrive. She is extremely knowledgeable, kind, and expressive, and continuously nurtures her curiosity and drive to be her best self by expanding her knowledge base and growing both as an individual and as a clinician. -Kate Sullivan
Natalie exudes compassion and a fervent desire to help others. I have always appreciated how present she is in our work together, the level of attention and thoroughness she brings to her practice is admirable. I look forward to referring my clients to her who could grow as at result of her gift with healing! -Reuben Chavira
Natalie’s depth of knowledge and dedication to her work has been an inspiration to me throughout the entire time I’ve known her. I admire her holistic approach to healing and psychotherapy. Not only is she extremely informed in her field, she also is able to communicate and relate in a way that makes you feel at ease and understood. I'd recommend Natalie's services to anyone who is looking to deepen their understanding of themselves while in a welcoming environment. -Danielle Chebabi
Natalie's passion for what she does is clear through the way she talks about psychotherapy and the effort she puts into every detail of her business. She is a delight to be around and very knowledgeable about the field. I would gladly recommend clients to her. -Cyla Fisk
Natalie has passion and enthusiasm in providing psychotherapy services that focus on empowering millennials, supporting their journey in navigating their professional careers, life transitions, and general work-life balance. As a psychotherapist, Natalie exudes clear joy in working hand-in-hand with her clients, working from established core values that are paramount for her. I look forward to growing our collaborative professional relationship. -Joanne Royer
Natalie is a kind and truly present clinician. With great soul and intelligence in her work, I'm lucky and happy to recommend her. I would suggest that anyone would benefit from her services. -Petar Sardelich
Natalie Moore is an amazing therapist. She not only deeply understands what is needed for good mental and physical health, she also puts her heart, mind and soul 100% into her work. She understands her patients needs and how to help each individual heal and find greater happiness. -Carol Gignoux
When Natalie speaks, her passion as a therapist can captivate almost anyone who has the opportunity to connect with her. Natalie’s dedication and lifestyle accurately represent her work as a therapist along with her holistic approach. Natalie is an ambitious clinician who is always seeking to learn more, grow as a professional, keep up with new research, and to think outside-the-box. She is mindful, present, and inclusive within her practice. I would highly recommend her services for creative millennials, adults who are experiencing anxiety or any major life transition. -Priscilla Jouvin
Natalie is an extremely talented and intuitive person. We know each other through the Pasadena Integrative Community and she has an open heart and a centered and present demeanor to her. -Peter Bedard
Natalie is such a hard-working young woman! She gives her all to everything, including her work with her clients. She is a remarkable therapist and I would not hesitate to recommend her! -Julia Musker
I like her energy, her curiosity to learn more, her easy way of connecting with people. I do admire that she has all these qualities with not so many years of clinical practice. Bravo Natalie. Wish you ongoing professional success and growth. -Anne Warman
Natalie is a caring and insightful clinician. As a colleague I value her honesty, resources, and excitement about being a healing professional. -Rikki Rothenberg
On camera talking about mind/body/spirit wellness…
Quoted in the media…
“Women are often discouraged from expressing themselves in the workplace when, in fact, they can capitalize on their emotional intelligence,” says Natalie Moore.
by Stephanie Taylor Christensen, Cosmopolitan
“Keep in mind that you’ll be the one who sets the tone for how comfortable your friend feels talking to you about their grief. If you can hold space for them and speak candidly about grief and loss, your friend will see you as a safe person to go to and a soft place to land.”
by Nicole Pajer, The Huffington Post
“There’s so much about our modern society that actually contributes to anxiety. We weren’t built to live in this kind of environment. We didn’t evolve to deal with these types of chronic stressors that we deal with.”
Mason Vera Paine Show, WGN Radio
"The partner of the anxious individual needs to do their best to not take things personally nor get defensive when anxiety comes up. Both people need to have open communication about how they can maintain their connection despite anxiety getting in the way at times."
by Carolyn Steber, Bustle
“For many people, worry comes and goes, and the results don’t affect your daily life. But Moore says anxiety causes more frequent and intense discomfort that’s great enough to impact your quality of life.”
by Sara Lindberg, Healthline
"If you and your partner have vastly different ideas about what the future should hold, this can make it difficult to envision a future together," Moore said. "Couples counseling can help you both clarify what you'd like for the future and if those dreams can be reconciled within the relationship."
by Becki Ledford, The List
"Autism affects many mind/body systems such as emotional regulation, language development, social engagement, motor function, sensory processing, and visual-spatial ability, among others,” Moore says.
by Terri Coles, The Huffington Post Canada
"If you only consider yourself to be in a 'happy' relationship because it appears to be perfect to others, then you need to do some major soul-searching," Moore says. "Are you truly happy? If the answer is ‘no,’ then it’s time to consider a breakup."
by Courteney Larocca, Bustle
"Slowly ramp up the exposure to feared situations, so the child gains a track record in their mind of conquering their fear and feeling safe and competent while doing so," says Natalie Moore.
by Kelly Bryant, Cafe Mom
"When we get embroiled in the daily routines of our lives, romance can easily get lost in the shuffle of schedules, commutes and chores. Why not take a break from the grind and skip town?"
by Charlotte Hilton Andersen, Redbook
“One of the core characteristics of major depressive disorder is negative thoughts about the self. These negative thoughts are actually the precursor for the low mood seen in depression.”
by Kristine Fellizar, Hello Giggles
"We should be able to feel comfortable, safe, and able to be honest and vulnerable in the presence of others without fear of setting them off," Moore says.
by Courteney Larocca, Bustle
“Treat an individual with autism who cannot speak the same way you would any other person,” Moore says. "In other words, don't talk about them like they aren't there."
by Terri Coles, The Huffington Post Canada
“The more we can foster emotional intelligence in our children, the better they will be able to navigate difficult social situations, not only with their siblings but everyone they come into contact within their lives.”
by Matthew Utley, Fatherly
"People who are truly happy are not held back by the expectations set forth by society or family members," explained Moore. "They feel empowered to go after their dreams, no matter what obstacles are in their way."
by Carrie Madormo, The List
“Inform your partner that one of the most predictive elements of one’s successful recovery is the amount of support they have from unconditionally loving others. With this in mind, invite your partner to be part of your treatment. Not only will this improve your ability to heal, but it will also demystify the process for your partner.”
by Hollie Smith, The Mighty
"Some people are not willing to be vulnerable, talk about their feelings, or push their comfort zone," Natalie Moore tells Bustle. "And often, these traits cannot be changed at the urging of a partner. The desire to live an actualized life is very personal and needs to come from within."
by Carolyn Steber, Bustle
“Filling up your bottom lungs as well as your upper lungs is a way to calm your nervous system and increase your resilience to stress, according to Natalie Moore, a psychotherapist who practices holistic psychotherapy.”
by Mary Ladd, Healthline
“In traditional Western medicine approaches, the approach to healing is to find out what is wrong and to fix it and make it go away […] When I work with a client, […] I want to know what their spiritual practices are, what kind of food they’re putting in their body, if they’re moving their body.”
by Aditya Jaykumar, My Seven Chakras Podcast
“[…] emotional support from other women allows us to organically move through our own ‘stuff’ without analysis or advice that may be unhelpful,” says Moore.
by Christine Schoenwald, I Am & Co
"The reason why we perceive men as 'less emotional' than women is because in our society, from birth, males are socialized to hide their emotions, through implicit (and even explicit) messages such as 'boys don't cry,' 'be a man,' 'buck up,' etc.," Moore said.
by Becki Ledford, The List
As Natalie Moore, licensed psychotherapist and relationship expert, tells Bustle, people will often sugarcoat certain truths in order to prevent the tension from escalating. "But this typically unconscious strategy is short-sighted," she says. "Dishonestly will, in reality, only make the problem worse because it erodes trust."
by Kristine Fellizar, Bustle
“True happiness comes from living in the moment and experiencing what is in front of you in real time. Just as poor habits are modeled to children from their parents, so are positive habits. In order to show children how to live in the moment, parents must be willing to live in the moment with their children.”
by Natalie Moore, Wellness
“[…] when your exhale is longer than your inhale, this signals activation of the parasympathetic nervous system, or the mechanism of our body that is in charge of helping us feel relaxed and safe. This is the antidote to the triggering of the sympathetic nervous system, or more commonly known as the “fight or flight” response.”
by Natalie Moore, Career Contessa
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