Natasha Kazakova is a doctorate student clinician.
Natasha Kazakova holds a Master’s in Clinical Psychology from Pacific University and a Master’s in Experimental Psychology from Western Illinois University. She is currently pursuing a Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Pacific University.
Natasha utilizes a non-judgmental, integrative approach with an emphasis on cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to treat a variety of mental disorders including OCD, anxiety, depression, and ADHD, as well as the internalized shame that some people experience as a result of their diagnosis. She has worked with adults and adolescents in residential, community mental health, college counseling, and intensive outpatient settings. Natasha’s clinical experiences have taught her ways to modify treatment curricula to provide targeted, culturally competent treatments to diverse populations and to help clients thrive in spite of their fears. Her therapeutic aim is to help individuals take practical steps toward enriching their lives in a meaningful and authentic way.