Counseling & Psychology Services

We use a client-centered, evidence based approach to provide effective and supportive mental health care and treatment


Our psychiatry team focuses on the biochemistry aspects of clients’ mental health. In-clinic at our University Ave location and telehealth options available.


On-site pharmacy at our University Ave. location and direct delivery service to patients, offering easy and efficient access to medication and prescription services.


Child, adolescent and family counseling, as well as neuropsychological screening, testing for cognitive functioning, personality assessment, and recommendations for intervention/support.


Group psychotherapy helps solve issues through participation and observation in a group with several others and one or two therapists.


Used to help evaluate emotional concerns, diagnose learning disabilities or ADHD, for example, and to assess cognitive and personality functioning.

For Professionals

Personalized service for professionals who want to make a referral. With one designated contact, your patient will be supported through registration and scheduling process. Two ways to make a referral: Download referral form and fax to 651-379-5159 or Call 651-379-5157 and ask for referral assistance.

School-Linked Mental Health

School-linked Mental Health (SLMH) Services provide students and families with school based coordinated services to improve health and wellbeing of families through a collaborative approach. School-linked Mental Health providers, located at the schools, develop partnership with schools, public agencies, and community-based organization in the surrounding area to improve protective factors, e.g., family relationship, decrease risk-factors, e.g., behavioral, and emotional problems, enhance service accessibility and resource linkage, and to support children’s success in school and in life.

Families and students may self-refer to the school social workers or deans for linkage to our services. School personnel may also refer families and students to the SLMH provider for services.

Funding is a collaboration of insurance, Ramsey County Children’s Mental Health Collaborative, Suburban Ramsey Family Collaborative, Minnesota Department of Human Services, Project Aware, and partnering school districts, ISD621, ISD622, ISD624.

You can find Natalis SLMH providers at:

Cowern Elementary School
Edgewood Elementary School
Highview Middle School
Lakeaires Elementary School
Maplewood Middle School
Matowska International IB World School
North High School
Mounds View Alternative Learning Center

School-linked Team Members

Alyson Bartley

Alyson Bartley
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Shawence Williams
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Natalis Counseling & Psychology

is a multi-specialty practice offering traditional and non-traditional solutions for all ages based on the latest psychological advancements

These solutions range from traditional and individual psychological support and therapy to biofeedback, EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), DBT, and group therapies. Click on any of the programs below to get more information.

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