Natalie Schulhofer, LMSW
My interest in therapy corresponds to my interest in human beings in general: how we function, what unites us, what experiences we carry, what stories we tell or keep hidden, and how we heal. In a therapeutic space, I invite clients to show up as they are in the moment and speak about what is most important to them, become more aware and tolerant of their bodily sensations and emotions, and make connections from past to present experiences.
In session, I offer clients my curiosity, attention, compassion, and support as we talk through difficulties. I collaborate with clients to highlight strengths and inherent wisdom, welcoming humor in the process.
I am a seeker who works well with other seekers. I appreciate other cultures here and abroad. Before becoming a therapist, I taught English as a Second Language and have spent time studying or working in Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Ireland, Germany, and Israel. I am a strong supporter of an individual's right to live as closely aligned to who they are as possible, and I support LGBTQIA+ clients on this path.
I earned my Master’s degree in social work from the University of Georgia and am licensed to work under the supervision of a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW). I adhere to the Code of Ethics of the National Association of Social Workers and to the ethical and professional standards of the Georgia State Composite Board for LPCs, MFTs, and LCSWs.