Natalie Jones is a licensed professional counselor. She provides services to children (beginning at the age of 3), teenagers, and adults for individual therapy. She works primarily from a non-directive, existential approach but also provides cognitive-behavioral therapy to those who may benefit from a more directive modality. With children between the ages of 3 and 10, she conducts play therapy sessions as children naturally talk and process through way of play. She also incorporates expressive art activities as well, both for children and teens. Natalie received her bachelor’s degree in psychology and exercise science from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor and her master’s degree in counseling from Texas Woman’s University. She has practiced for over seven years in a variety of settings. Her experience includes anxiety, depression, behavioral issues, parental support, ADHD, domestic violence, abuse/neglect, and any form of trauma. She is also trained to administer career assessments to individuals who need guidance to discover a specific college major or career. Her primary goal in therapy is to first establish rapport and help her clients feel safe and comfortable. Because coming to therapy may elicit uncomfortable feelings at first, she focuses on connecting with each of her clients with the understanding they each have a meaningful place in her heart.