Natalia Brewster, RSW
The beginning pathways to mental health awareness are often tough and appears overwhelming. However, beginning the process to self-awareness and mental hygiene is a chance to achieve a sense of security in oneself. The primary focus of obtaining a sense of security and taking the initiative of your mental hygiene into your hands is to develop a better sense of self. My goal as a therapist is to help you feel safe and comfortable bringing your whole, authentic self into our work together and differences are embraced in a supportive and non-judgmental environment.
Alongside my credentials, I have several years of hands-on experience working in mental health care settings, from crisis units to residential and outpatient programs. My experience has helped me understand the importance of creating individualized treatment plans and goals unique to every person’s needs. I am fluent in English & Spanish, and I am passionate about and experienced in working with youth, young adults, children, and families of foster-care system and/or adoption, as well as refugees and immigrants of all ages.