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Elephants, like people, are known for their strength, empathy, and resilience.

Welcome to my psychotherapy practice. 

If you have found yourself on this site you or someone you love may be looking for relief from mental, emotional, or relational suffering. You have come to the right place.

Seeking help is a sign of strength and resilience. While it is not always easy, the suffering we endure on a daily basis is too often more lonely, painful, and daunting than need be. Whether your pain is the result of past traumas, overwhelm with life's many responsibilities, addictions, relational discord, or most often a combination of several factors, there is hope toward healing and finding peace within and among those around us. I am honored to have the privilege of helping guide people through these dark spaces.

Elephants, like people, are known for their strength, empathy, and resilience.

We, as people, have a tendency to get stuck in our patterns of feeling, thinking, and being that can make it difficult to imagine being any other way. Much of the time our feelings such as fear, guilt, shame, anger, grief, sadness, stress, and worry can seem impossible to manage on our own. Our self defeating habits and faulty coping styles too often get in the way of allowing us to live our day to day, minute to minute lives in a fulfilled, productive, and content way. I have had the pleasure of working with many people in the process of gaining insight and clarity by working together to uncover old beliefs and discovering new ways of relating and living. This collaboration has lead to lasting changes that have guided them toward healthier, happier lives. 

I work with:

adolescent issues

strengthening resilience

coping with divorce/custody issues

alcohol and drug abuse and addiction

personal exploration and growth

relationship issues

identity development

sexuality issues


body and self-image issues



grief and loss

faulty coping strategies

spiritual and existential crises

deepening self-understanding

I work with people from a variety of cultural, socio-economic, religious, and spiritual backgrounds.

Modalities Used:

Relational, Humanistic Therapy

Mindfulness & Somatic-based practices

Attachment theory modalities

Strength-based approaches

Solution-Focused Therapy

Family Systems approaches

Psychodynamic approaches

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

If you do not see your particular circumstance here, please do not hesitate to contact me. We can discuss working together. If we find that we are not an ideal fit, then I am happy to assist you in finding a therapist that best suits your needs.

Natalie Harvey, MS, MFT # 53575

15 Austin Avenue, San Anselmo, CA 94960

(415) 747-5182

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