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Natalie Capasse, LCSW

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Hello! I’m Natalie (she/her). If you feel overwhelmed, lost or stuck, you’re not alone. The challenges that face us can be paralyzing. Together, we can work to find a starting point, build awareness and create meaningful change for you. Therapy is a space for genuine self expression - an important part of the healing process. My style is warm, empathetic and supportive. We’ll use this safe and non-judgemental environment to explore your inner thoughts, emotions and experiences. I know that every individual has strengths within them that, when nourished, can help them thrive. My approach to therapy is integrative. My foundational therapeutic lens is client centered, strengths based and anti-oppressive. Throughout our work I will integrate different styles and techniques as is applicable to you specifically. I have experience treating anxiety, depression, adjustment challenges, mood disorders and trauma. Together, we can learn about your inner world and your past so as to inform your present and look forward towards your future. If this sounds like a good fit to you, book your free consultation today to continue the conversation. I'm currently in-network with Blue Cross Blue Shield, Empire BCBS, Evernorth, Optum, United Healthcare, Aetna, Anthem, UMR, and Cigna.

About Natalie's practice



Weekdays 9am - 5pm




Sliding scale







In-person available: No

Virtual available: Yes





Life Transitions

Young Adulthood




Evernorth Behavioral Health


Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS)





Blue Cross Blue Shield BCBS

United / Oxford




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Get to Know Natalie

Have you received any particular training beyond your post-Bachelor's training?

I hold a Post-baccalaureate certificate in psychology from Columbia University and a Master of Social Work degree from New York University. I have completed continuing education trainings in TF-CBT (Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), CPT (Cognitive Processing Therapy) and ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy).

How do you approach diversity in the room or working with clients who may come from a different background than you?

It is important to acknowledge and explore the differing identities my clients and I may hold. These identities inform our relationships to power, values and systemic inequality. This exploration allows my clients and I to build trust and a strong therapeutic alliance, two essential elements of therapeutic growth.

Is there ever a time when you would encourage me to leave or graduate? Or how do I know when it's time to end or move on, or time to stay and explore more?

This will be an important conversation throughout treatment. We will continuously explore your goals, which will evolve over time as you change and grow. When your goals are aligned with ending treatment, this is certainly a conversation we will have.

Are there any philosophies or values that inform your work that I should know about?

Throughout therapy I act as a support to empower the voices, values and beliefs of my clients. I expect that you attend therapy ready to share, dive deeper, and ask questions of yourself. Vulnerability is hard, and it is is critical to successful therapeutic work.

From your perspective, what is therapy?

Therapy is a process of self exploration and discovery, aimed at building insight, strengthening self-awareness and enabling change.