Natalie Taber , MSW, LICSW
In Natalie’s clinical practice she works with trans and BIPoC (especially mixed-race/bi-racial/bi-ethnic) clients on issues of relating and navigating disparate worlds. She supports clients in navigating cis-/trans-gender difference and ethnicity/racial/cultural difference, in working through trauma, depression, suicidal ideation, anxiety, relational problems, attachment concerns, and family of origin experiences. Natalie works psychoanalytically and psychodynamically from an explicitly anti-racist and decolonizing perspective. She enjoys working with clients who have identities that are de-centered in the dominant culture. Natalie believes that feeling seen and heard by your therapist in a non-judgmental and nurturing space, a space where all of you is welcome, is essential for the work of therapy. She brings a gentle yet direct approach to the partnerships with her clients in working to explore challenges and work for change.
Natalie received her Master of Social Work in Clinical Mental Health from the University of Minnesota, a Masters in Philosophy from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, and Bachelor of Arts degrees in Religion and Philosophy from Hendrix College. For the last twenty-five+ years she has worked in collective and community spaces for economic, racial, environmental, and gender/sexuality justice.