Natasha Francis is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor who holds a Master of Science degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from the University of North Texas Rehabilitation Counseling program. Natasha’s areas of education and experience include: rehabilitation focusing on empowering people from diverse populations, ages ranging from 18 years old and up with a focus on transitioning into independent living, disabilities and mood disorders, and stress management.
Natasha’s counseling approach is based on Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy and other techniques from different theories that best fit each of her clients as individuals. Natasha is a believer in the power of psychoeducation and supplies her clients with the tools they need to help themselves. Natasha believes in an active-directive approach to counseling, but does not disregard the importance of building relationships with her clients. Natasha strives to treat all of her clients with respect, compassion, empathy, and sensitivity in a judgement free zone!
Natasha’s Areas of Specialization Include:
While Natasha is available to help with just about anything life can present, some areas of specialization include:
- Couples Counseling
- Personality Disorders
- Chronic Illness
- Adjustment to Disability
- Life Transitions
- Suicidal Ideations
- Grief and Loss
- Stress Management
- Physical/Sexual Abuse
- Teen/Adolescent-specific concerns
- Healthy Communication
- Relationship Concerns
Contact Natasha Francis by emailing her at [email protected] or calling her direct line at (940) 220-9335.
*The phone number and email address listed above is used during office hours only (9am-7pm) for scheduling purposes and non-emergencies.
If you are in an emergency or crisis situation, please call 911.
****Natasha is in-network with most UHC & Aetna plans.
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