Ari Schoenholtz

Ari Schoenholtz, MA

Ari is a Doctoral Psychology Intern with Natalis Counseling & Psychology Solutions. He is in his final year of completing a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from the Wright Institute in Berkeley, CA. He has a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from the Wright Institute and a bachelor’s degree from Williams College.

Ari works with clients who are experiencing grief and loss, relationship challenges, family stress, life transitions, and many other issues. He aims to foster a secure and unhurried space where his clients can open up at their own pace. Ari has experience providing trauma-informed therapy in community mental health settings, including a community clinic specializing in helping people recover from addiction. He has a keen interest in gender identity and expression, recovery from trauma, and supporting refugees.

Previously, Ari worked in public health and politics, where he served as a field organizer for then-Senator Barack Obama’s first presidential campaign. He speaks conversational Spanish.

Ari practices at the Natalis Woodbury and University locations.