Natalie C. T. Fewell is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Supervisor. She has over 12 years in the mental health field in various settings and capacities. She graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a BA in Sociology and from North Carolina Central University with a MA in Counseling Education. She enjoys working with children, adolescents, adults and couples. Her expertise is with Bipolar Disorders, Depression, PTSD, Anxiety Disorders, ADHD, ODD and Personality Disorders. Natalie’s specific theoretical orientations include Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Reality Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy along with other therapeutic modalities.
Natalie is an expert in family therapy, blended family dynamics, other relational issues, anger management, and adjustment issues. Her love for the family structure started with her upbringing within a 2 parent home and continued as she pursued her passion to become a therapist. She has counseled diverse family structures and has educated others on redefining the meaning of the family unit. She enjoys training other clinicians with developing their niche’ within the mental health field and providing guidance as they pursue full licensure. She has been in private practice in North Carolina since 2007 and has also worked as a Marriage and Family Therapist and a Military Family Life Counselor on a military installation. Natalie enjoys working with children ages 0-5 years old and has provided therapy to this age group for many years.
Divorce Looks Good on You, was born after her personal journey from darkness to greatness. This guided journal will help other women who find themselves in this stage without any direction of guidance on how to move beyond the sadness and shame of divorce. This tangible and practical guide will give the reader the tools needed to process and learn from their journey. It will empower the reader to know there is a great life waiting on her to achieve. Natalie is determined to change the stigma of divorce to just another fact about a person’s life and it doesn’t define who they are and want to be. The journal is for anyone whose relationship has ended and is ready to move towards a fulfilled life.