Natalie Varrone, Counselor

    I am a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with the Supervisor designation (LPCC-S). I earned my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Xavier University and my Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from The Ohio State University. Currently, I work at NCFF part-time, and work full-time as a clinical supervisor at a community mental health agency. My primary areas of focus include depression, anxiety, grief, trauma/PTSD, substance use, life adjustments, and interpersonal difficulties. I use a strength-based, person-centered, cognitive-behavioral approach in therapy. I believe that God is the Wonderful Counselor and is the one who does true healing. I walk with others through their suffering, to understand Him better in the midst of their pain, and to grow more in Him. I very much enjoy my work as a counselor, and I am grateful for the opportunity to know and work with each of my clients.