Natalie Clark, LPCC-S

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Insurance Accepted: ACI EAP, Anthem/Blue Cross, E4 HEALTH, ESI EAP, Impact Solutions EAP, Ohio HEALTH, OSU, TRI Care, Workplace Options EAP, Out-of-Network, Self-Pay


Phone: 614-459-3003 ext 752

Natalie Clark LPCC-S is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with Supervisor status who graduated from the University of Dayton with a Masters of Science in Counselor Education, with a clinical emphasis. She is a member of the Ohio Counseling Association and is an affiliate with Give An Hour, a pro-bono counseling outreach for veterans and their families. As an OSU alumna, she serves on the OSU Rardin Family Practice Patient Advisory Council and strives to increase awareness of emotional and mental well-being to members of the University community.

Areas of Focus:

An area of specialty for Natalie is working with College Students, from undergrad through PhD. College presents unique challenges as one is learning to balance life responsibilities with academic, physical, mental, and social demands.

Natalie especially enjoys working with Women who are in Transition Stations in Life (i.e., Children “Leaving the Nest,” Post-Divorce, Caregiver of Elderly Parents), and Losses of many types.

Personal Information:

Natalie enjoys road trips, bluegrass music, drinking coffee (and a good biscotti is a grand accessory!), watching football, and resides with two cats who are always a source of entertainment!  A native of Tennessee, she has two adult daughters and is proud of her Puerto Rican heritage, but pursues becoming bilingual as a hobby, along with crossword puzzles, playing guitar and tinkering with the mandolin.

Natalie is active in her church where she serves as a lector, a member of the prayer ministry, and is a facilitator of a women’s Bible study group. She is also involved in the discipleship ministry and previously served as a musician on a worship team for over 20 years.  

Blessed [gratefully praised and adored] be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and the God of all comfort, who comforts and encourages us in every trouble so that we will be able to comfort and encourage those who are in any kind of trouble, with the comfort with which we ourselves are comforted by God. (2 Corinthians 1:3-4 AMP)

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