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Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Natasha is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the State of Pennsylvania. She received her Masters in Social Work from Temple University in Philadelphia, and her Bachelor's degree from La Salle University. Natasha is specialized in the treatment of Substance Abuse, Women's Issues, Trauma and Abuse. She is an expert in the management of Anxiety, Depression, Self-Esteem Issues, Grief and Loss, Codependency, Anger Management and Relapse Prevention.
Natasha is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), a proven Mind-Body therapeutic intervention for overcoming traumatic life experiences. Using EMDR, she can assist clients in resolving past traumas and help them realize their potential. Employing a broad range of therapeutic approaches and with her extensive background in Substance Abuse treatment, she can offer Comprehensive Services to patients in Recovery.
“It takes courage to reach out for help and step into a therapist's office. I am committed to creating an environment that is down-to-earth, safe, and focused on what is important to you. I see therapy as a unique process rather than some kind of formula; there is no ‘one size fits all’ when it comes to therapy. My style is warm and empathic. I take a collaborative approach adaptable to your specific needs.
I believe I was born to help people heal from the unpleasant experiences life sometimes has to offer. I feel you are the expert of your own life, and with some support and guidance, you can heal from these challenging experiences.
I can incorporate EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) along with traditional psychotherapy to help you to feel safe and supported. In a confidential and compassionate space, I will help you to adopt more positive core beliefs, decrease undesirable behavior patterns, and resolve issues that keep you from moving forward in life.
I draw from approaches in psychodynamic, mindfulness, cognitive behavioral (CBT) and dialectical behavioral (DBT) therapies to help you cope, grow, and thrive in your life”.
-Ms. Natasha Serrano
Riddle Psychiatry, LLC