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I know first hand that seeking support can be scary, new, and a deep dive into the unknown. But, we all need help at different times and you've made the first courageous step towards it, so take a deep breath and feel free to explore more in my resources or reach out to me in my contact tab. 

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I conduct counseling online and also offer counseling in a flex-office space in Zurich/Zug if in-person is preferred.

"The greatest task for any person is to find meaning in his or her life" --Viktor Frankl

"The greatest task for any person is to find meaning in his or her life" --Viktor Frankl

Meet Natassa

MSc in Clinical Mental Health Sciences

AMFT (Associate Marriage and Family Therapist)

AMFT #127159

Qualifications and experience

  • B.A. in Psychology, minor in gerontology                        University of San Francisco 2013 

  • MSc in Clinical Mental Health Sciences                         University College London 2016

  • M.A. in Counseling Psychology (Health Psychology Emphasis)    University of Santa Clara 2021

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Course (September 2020)

  • Managing Loss and Change: Survival Tools (September 2020)

  • Gil Institute California Expressive Arts Training (April 2021)

  • NICAMB Attachment Neurobiology Training (June 2021)

  • NICAMB Distress Tolerance Training (June 2021)

​About Me

As an Associate California Marriage and Family Therapist, I am qualified to work with people of all ages regarding concerns around important relationships, life changes, stress, anxiety, trauma, and depression. In a world facing many daunting epidemics, I hope to support people to feel heard, understood, capable, and connected enough to face the world again with more confidence, kindness, and hope. For the past ten years, I have been able to work internationally within schools, hospitals, and residential mental health settings. No matter where you go in the world, life is complicated, challenging, and at times painful, but we don't have to make sense of it all on our own. I believe that a lot of healing can happen through connecting with dependable others through the good and hard parts of life. 

On a more personal note, I am originally from California, and was raised Greek-American. Growing up bicultural, I have a particular openness and respect for the diversity of the human experience, and enjoy learning about various cultures through food, the arts, reading, movies, and travel. As an adult, I have been able to pursue my personal interests while also working in the field of psychology, in places such as Thailand, Australia, Scotland, England, and of course the United States. Through it all, I always found that there was a new way to approach healing and a new way to understand hurt, and such is the open mindedness and creativity that I hope to bring into my counseling practice. 



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