Hello and thank you for connecting with me! I am Dr. Natalie Jones PsyD, LPCC and I am the owner of Lifetime Counseling and Consulting and the creator of A Date With Darkness Podcast.
If you have connected with this site, you may be wondering how I can help. If you are continuously involved with people that are toxic, emotionally unavailable, or abusive; struggle with abandonment issues, or feel like you struggle with trusting others – then you are in the right place. Perhaps, you feel stuck in life, and you struggle to understand why you continue to attract the same types of people in your life and you can’t move beyond your past experiences of being abused, abandoned, and hurt. You may even wonder, if you will ever be able to find love.
In my therapy practice, I specialize in providing culturally sensitive therapy services to professional women of color who are struggling to heal from narcissistic abuse and emotionally unhealthy relationships. Through our work together in therapy, we are able to work together to overcome your relationship trauma to create the healthy, loving relationships that they deserve.
Common signs that you have been in unhealthy relationships include: 1) feeling unloved, 2) putting others’ needs ahead of your own while your needs remain unmet, 3) feelings of abandonment, 4) self-sabotage, 5) history of emotional, physical, psychological, sexual, or mental abuse in your relationship; 6) not feeling good enough, and 7) being taken advantage of by others.
At Lifetime Counseling and Consulting, individual and group counseling services are provided to for women who want to heal from the emotional scars of painful relationships.
Due to COVID-19, counseling services are offered virtually and through phone services as requested.
My mission is to “help Black women heal emotional scars and create loving relationships.”
– Natalie Jones, PsyD, LPCC
In life, I understand that sometimes your experiences making it challenging for you to:
– trust and believe in yourself, without feeling like you are going to fail
– be in healthy loving relationships, where you can trust those around you without feeling like you want to sabotage them or that they want to sabotage you
-be in control of and have a healthy way of balancing your job, family, school, and other obligations
– acknowledge and deal with pain from old emotional wounds.
I am here to help you with all of these things. We can work together to create a stronger, healthier, and more resilient version of you!