Desiree Phillips Natalis Psychology

Desiree Phillips, MA

Let’s dream big and think about how would life look differently if you could be your true self and not care so much about what other people think and/or expect from you, and begin to prioritize your values and what is most important for you? Maybe you’d feel less anxious, more understood, and able to deal with situations with more conviction and peace of mind. Through collaboration, encouragement, and active participation in the therapeutic process, you can become the agent of change that you need and deserve. You are a unique individual and should be treated as such! I strive to create a genuine, empowering, forgiving, and uplifting atmosphere where kindness, honesty, being heard, and authenticity are at the forefront of each session.

I am a Master’s level Mental Health Practitioner on the LPCC track, with educational backgrounds in Psychology, Early Childhood Education, Counseling and Psychological Services. I am also a group facilitator for the Circle of Security International Early Intervention Program for Parents/Caregivers & Children.

I work with a diverse array of individuals from all walks of life and backgrounds. My specialties include Self Esteem, Parenting, Family Conflict, Relationship Issues, Coping Skills, Life Transitions, Peer Relationships, Behavioral Issues, Self-Empowerment and ARMHS. I utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Person Centered, Systemic, and Humanistic approaches. I firmly believe that living the life you desire is an ever-changing process. I am here to help guide you through your process and assist you in meeting your goals during our therapeutic relationship.

I practice at the Natalis University location and receive clinical supervision by Roberta Sorenson, MS, LPCC in the ARMHS Program.