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Natalie Hahn
Marriage and Family Therapist Associate
Teletherapy and in person appointments (inquire about availability for in person)

I see individuals in the
following age ranges:

  • Minors (8-17)

  • Young Adults (18-25)

  • Adults (25+)

I also serve:

  • Parents

  • Families

Communities Supported:


  • Racial justice allied

  • Survivors of trauma and abusive relationships

  • Those who are systemically oppressed

  • Adult children of emotionally immature parents

  • Sex and body positive


  • M: 9-5

  • T: 10-7

  • W: 9-5

  • Th: 9-5

  • F: 8-2

Insurances accepted:

  • Aetna

  • Cigna

  • Kaiser

  • OHP Columbia Pacific

  • OHP Healthshare/Care Oregon

  • OHP Jackson Care Connect

  • OHP Open Card

  • OHP Trillium

  • Providence

To Schedule an Appointment:


Contact our intake staff at:

971 270 0167


“You will learn a lot about yourself if you stretch in the direction of goodness, of bigness, of
kindness, of forgiveness, of emotional bravery.
Be a warrior for love.”

― Cheryl Strayed, Tiny Beautiful Things

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Hello, I’m Natalie and I am so glad you are here.

Like you, I am many things: partner, sister, daughter, colleague, friend, helper; but above all, human. I’ve learned through my own experiences, the joy and despair, the freedom and confinement, the beauty and the ugly truths: the dichotomies of this messy thing we call, being human. In a world that dictates so many parts of our lives, it can feel as though we don't have many choices that we are empowered to make for ourselves. But here you are, browsing for therapists, making a choice not only to find a therapist that is the right fit for you but also making the choice to prioritize something that maybe you have neglected for a long time: You.

My philosophy and my approach to the healing process are just as much personal as it is influenced by my studies in psychotherapy and relationships. I believe we all come into this world with an innate attunement to our Self and a desire to be connected with other people. But somewhere along the messy and imperfect journey, messages and stories become more dominant in our inner lives than our knowing. My purpose is to guide you back to your Self with a capital S: the quiet but always present part of you that is calm, connected, and compassionate. When you do this brave and honest work, you begin to realign with your inner voice, your inner knowing, trust yourself and feel safe in your skin again. I believe it is through our intentional connections with our Self and others that we begin to repair the disconnection that so many of us experience after years of anxiety, depression, and trauma. It is because of this core belief in the power of connection that I can promise I will bring my humanity into the room with you too. Because it is in those moments, when you allow yourself to be truly witnessed as you are, you can tenderly nurture all parts of you, especially those parts hidden behind shame, and release yourself of narratives placed upon you that drown out your inner voice. I am here to hold that space for you to bring as much of your humanness as you are willing to bring into the room with me, no matter how dark it gets, and to be a witness without judgment or expectations so that you can heal wounds.

I hold a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a focus in Child and Family Studies and a Master of Arts degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. All of my approaches in therapy are inspired by attachment theory, trauma-informed care, Internal Family Systems theory (IFS), Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT), and narrative therapies. However, each unique person deserves a unique approach that aligns with their voice and I pride myself on being able to provide this type of individualized, client-centered approach.


A little bit about me…when I am not wearing my healer hat, you can find me at local music and art shows, perusing the isles of antique stores, or sipping coffee either with a good friend or a good book. I love to cook but mostly I love to feed the people I care about nourishing and comforting food and to sit around a table and enjoy their presence. I hope to sit across the proverbial table with you and meet you soon.

Treatment areas that I work in include:

  • Anxiety

  • Depression and suicidal ideation

  • Eating Disorders

  • Grief

  • Trauma and PTSD

  • Self-harm

  • Relational issues

  • Sex and Sexuality

  • Women’s issues

  • Highly Sensitive People

  • Issues related to
    ansitional life stages

  • Issues related to
        Self Worth/Self Care


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