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- High Stress or Anxiety
- Feeling calmer in daily life
- Knowing what you want and learning to ask for it
- Setting boundaries
- Working on parts of us that get extreme, like perfectionism or caretaking others
- Creating satisfying relationships at home and work
- Sleeping better
- Lessening of rage, anxiety, panic
- Being more of the parent you want and hope to be
- Increased Self-acceptance
Natalie Hansen, MA, Registered Clinical Counsellor
Walking with you through life's challenges
Natalie is a caring and competent Individual and Couples Therapist in Uptown New Westminster. Natalie knows how hard it can be to call a counsellor. Her clients feel safe and at ease as soon as they speak with her. Natalie welcomes individuals from all ages, genders, socioeconomic statuses, sexual orientations, and cultures. She is a mom to two young kids and knows the struggles that come with parenting and maintaining a romantic relationship.
Topics that Individuals find Natalie helpful with include:
Natalie also provides workshops. Recent topics include reducing vicarious trauma/burnout for Helpers and First Responders and Transition to Parenthood for Couples.
Call Natalie to feel heard and accepted and learn skills to apply right away.
She believes we are all doing the best we can with what we were given, and that we all fall apart at times.
She uses exceptional listening and relationship building skills, along with the teaching of stress/trauma management and bodynamic skills, and current brain-psychological research. Natalie works from an attachment, systemic and trauma-oriented perspective.
With Natalie you can expect to gain skills and insight right away.
We'll look at your goals and set ones specific to you. Some of them might include, for example:
Email me using the email link above or book online at NatalieHansenCounselling.com. Let's make a plan together for you to start feeling relief.
Client Fee Individuals:
Client Fee Couples/Families:
For further information, visit Natalie Hansen's website.
Latest blog post by Natalie Hansen:
Maybe you've always been the "good listener." The one people turn to. Or, maybe your care-taking role is newly acquired: You became a parent to a child or a pet, took on aging parents, or got married. Perhaps you've obtained a job where you are present with others while they are going through life's up and downs. You're a health practitioner. First responder. Lawyer. Social Worker. Teacher. Supervisor. Server. Accountant. The list is endless.