2341 S. Fern St.

Suite 200

Wasilla, AK  99654

Ph. 907-357-1999

For a happier and healthier tomorrow

Mental Health Therapists primarily help clients improve their mental health

              * Work with individuals, families/couples, and groups  to improve mental health

               *Encourage clients to discuss emotions and experiences
               *Examine issues including depression, anxiety, trauma, anger & stress management,  grief & loss,

                         substance abuse/addictions, relationships, LGBTQ issues, and more

                *Help clients define goals, plan action, and gain insight
                *Help clients change maladaptive behaviors and thinking patterns
                *Help clients understand themselves and other people
                *Teach emotional, cognitive, and communication skills
                *Teach clients how to effectively resolve emotional, relational and professional conflicts
                *Teach clients how to improve current relationships and build new ones
                *Teach clients self-help skills such as deep breathing, meditation, thinking exercises and more
                *Offer non-directive advice and suggestions (depending on the therapist)
                *Refer clients to psychiatric/mental health provider for medication evaluation and management if in need


                       Natasha Roush, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker with 13 years of clinical experience.  She graduated from  

                       West Virginia University in 2006 with her Master of Social Work degree and after 2 years of clinical internship she

                       obtained  her LCSW. Natasha has extensive knowledge and experience in the delivery of multiple modes of mental

                       health and chemical dependency interventions and therapies. Natasha's background includes individual, family,  group counseling, and psychoeducation relevant to mental health and chemical dependency issues. Natasha has  worked in a variety of settings to include community mental health, private practice, and the government sector.