Nathaniel is a licensed clinical social worker, herbalist and group facilitator. He holds a Bachelor Degree in Liberal Arts from Hampshire College with a focus in Educational Psychology and a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Boston University with a clinical concentration in community-based mental health, along with a Certificate in Psychedelic-Assisted Therapies and Research from the California Institute of Integral Studies. Nathaniel’s practice is rooted in a blend of Traditional and Complementary Alternative Medicine (CAM) Therapies including ecotherapy, clinical herbalism, and group retreats.
How I work with clients
I believe that my clients hold the keys to their own healing potential. As a practitioner, my role is as an educator and partner in encouraging and supporting an individual’s goals for health and well-being. I utilize time outside in nature as a reflective and grounding center for identifying challenges, exploring solutions and testing new coping techniques. I balance Jungian theoretical approaches to psychology with mindfulness and meditation practices focused around an individual or couples strengths and common goals.