I want to offer a place where people can be authentic with their story—honestly exploring both the dignity and the destruction that marks the pages of their lives. I desire to help people restore what has been marred, and grow what is beautiful.
My mission is to walk alongside those who long to be restored,
Offering hope and resources to navigate the journey,
To see hurting, dark places transformed to meaning and beauty,
To inspire a journey forward that embraces life with freedom, authenticity, and love.
Supporting people in their journey toward greater wholeness is a privilege, and I am grateful to be invited to be a part of it. I never cease to be in awe of the transformative work that blossoms in people through the process of becoming more of who they were meant to be.
The path of becoming more whole can be incredibly challenging at times. I am not here because I have had a perfect path or know all the right turns in life, in the past or currently. I am here because I care deeply about the heart and spirit of a person becoming free from that which hinders them in being, meaning, and value.
My own path and exploration has been marked by sorrow, pain, and loss. It has also been nourished by relationship and meaningful experience. Some of the greatest meaning, though, has come from facing that which seemed impossible or threatening, and trusting that which was at work in me to bring me toward who I am to become. But I couldn’t have done it alone.
We are always becoming. There is more to discover of both death and life in our stories.
I will continue to engage with the winters of my life, because there is also a spring and summer, new life to be known. The journey has taught me to persevere and to hope.
You have a story also, marked by both joy and sorrow. You may wonder if it is worth exploring. Those who honestly face the sorrows and embrace the joys will experience a rewarding journey. So much more is gained when you are not alone and have someone else helping to navigate the journey. We were not made to journey alone, but in relationship.
You can face the rugged, seemingly impossible parts of the path when you have the support you need, and you can experience the redemptive process of your story. Freedom and restoration, and greater wholeness are worth the journey, and so are you.
Is there is a longing in you being stirred to engage
with your own life story,individually or your story as a couple?
Natalie Huston is a professional counselor who works with individuals, couples, groups, and workshops in the redemptive process of restoring hope and guiding the journey toward greater wholeness of body, mind, and spirit.
She’s passionate about joining others in their struggles and guiding them to live with greater freedom from that which may hinder them from meaningful life.
Her work is primarily focused on emotional, spiritual, and relational wholeness. She specializes in couples, trauma and abuse, anxiety, depression, spiritual struggles, and life transitions.
Natalie is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in North Carolina, with a Master’s in Marriage and Family therapy. She has specialized training in emotion-focused therapy, trauma therapy, EMDR, sexual abuse recovery, Child-Centered Play Therapy, and Filial Therapy.
She has been a therapist since 2003 with a varied approach, including psychodynamic, narrative, emotion-focused, attachment-focused, and trauma-informed counseling.