Nathalia Hauth, an immigrant Latina psychotherapist originally from Colombia, brings a bilingual and culturally focused perspective to her practice. With over two decades of experience in the United States, including nineteen years serving the Latino community, she is well-equipped to help clients explore and understand the unconscious motivations behind their psychological symptoms. Nathalia combines compassion and challenge to help her clients tackle issues like anxiety, depression, and life dissatisfaction. Her credentials include a Master's degree in Counseling and Psychological Services and a specialization in psychoanalytic psychotherapy through the Minnesota Psychoanalytic Society and Institute.
Nathalia's practice covers a wide range of topics, including Latinx family dynamics, cultural oppression, intergenerational trauma, identity conflict, and the effects of racism and immigration. Her mission is to enhance the psychological health and quality of life of the Latino community, empowering members to live confidently and heal psychological wounds of social injustice and socio-cultural trauma. Through her work, Nathalia promotes social justice and encourages her clients to positively impact their communities through their talents, values, and traditions. As an Afro-Latina, immigrant, mother, and woman, Nathalia brings her personal experiences into her practice, intentionally using her unique perspective to foster a more inclusive and just community.