Nothing feels better than peace of mind
Natasha N Lockhart
LPC, CGP, CTMH, CCATP
Mind Body Spirit
Let's be honest, the past few years have been really rough for all of us. Attempting to define our new normal in times of uncertainty. We often find ourselves feeling anxious, depressed, overwhelmed and maybe even defeated at times.
There is hope!
Deciding to seek counseling services is a major decision and should not be taken lightly.
Kudos to you for taking the first step!
Allow me to introduce myself.
My name is Natasha Lockhart. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Georgia. I received undergraduate degrees from Oglethorpe University and my Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walden University. In addition, I am a Certified Grief Professional (CGP), Certified Telemental Health Provider (CTMH), & Certified Clinical Anxiety Treatment Professional (CCATP).
My extensive background includes working with a wide range of concerns including mood disorders, anxiety, grief, depression, life transitions, emotional abuse, and parenting concerns. My therapeutic approach is warm, inviting, and interactive. I frequently apply motivational interviewing, cognitive-behavioral, humanistic, psychodynamic, and rational-emotive counseling approaches while in session. However, I understand the importance of modifying each session to meet the needs and comfortability of each individual client.
As a wife, ex-wife, mother, and counseling professional, I know all too well the complexities of balancing life’s many challenges. I struggled during my teenage years, overcame tremendous obstacles during my emerging adult years (18-24), lost parts of myself in early adulthood (25-35), and discovered my true self at 40! None of it would have been possible if I didn’t have empowerment and encouragement from a supportive therapist.
To whom much is given, much will be required. I am fully committed to reducing the stigma surrounding mental illness and the necessity of seeking help. I believe that everyone should be treated with empathy, respect, and understanding. My approach will be reflective of that.
Individual Therapy Services
Adolescent Therapy (ages12-16)
Emerging Adult Therapy (17-22)
Self Pay Rates Available
(Call or email for pricing)
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How Being Mindful Changes Our Lives*
*Always seek the advice of your mental health professional or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding your condition.
Meditation may help you sleep better. As a relaxation technique, it can quiet the mind and body while enhancing inner peace. When done before bedtime, meditation may help reduce insomnia and sleep troubles by promoting overall calmness
Decreases anxiety & depression
Research has found mindfulness-based therapy was especially effective for reducing stress, anxiety and depression.
Reduces stress levels
By learning to calm your body and mind, your physical and emotional stress can melt away. This leaves you feeling better, refreshed, and ready to face the challenges of your day with a healthy attitude.
Improves attention & concentration
Slow, repetitive movements that focus on your breathing can be equally effective in relaxing your mind and body. Meditating doesn't require reserving a large chunk of your time. Simply saving a few minutes per day has been proven to reduce distractions and increase focus.
Quiet the mind and the soul will speak
"Ms. Natasha helped me through some really rough moments. I reached out at the right time. She is a godsend"~ L. Morgan
"I talk to Ms. Natasha more than I do my folks. She's cool"~ J. W.
"Not only did she listen to me, she encouraged me to stop being comfortable being uncomfortable. I'm still a work in progress"~ Bradford W.
"After my wife died unexpectedly I was devastated. Natasha took the time to help me process the intense grief. She didn't rush me and explained how grief is an ebb and flow. I smile a lot more now. I still miss my wife, but I know she is proud of the work I am doing with Natasha's help." Dr. Amos L.