Our medical providers and therapists are experts in their respected field and provide comprehensive services to help you manage, grow, and be a better you.

ADHD is a unique and often misunderstood aspect of someone’s life. It’s like having a mind that dances to its own rhythm, where the beat of focus and stillness can be elusive. We understand that this isn’t about a lack of effort or intention on your part; it’s more like trying to steer a ship through a playful storm of distractions.

Anxiety Disorders can be a heavy burden that many carry, often hidden beneath the surface. You may feel like you are living in a world where worries and fears play on a loop, where even the simplest tasks can feel like walking through a minefield of “what ifs”. We’re here to help you get responses under control, limiting worst-case scenarios and body responses to stress.

Depression isn’t merely feeling sad; it’s a complex web of emotions that can leave you feeling lost, exhausted, and detached from the world. Yet, within those depths, individuals often possess an incredible depth of sensitivity and compassion for the struggles of others.

Living with a mood disorder can feel like navigating turbulent seas, with emotions shifting like the wind. We know it’s not merely a matter of choosing to be happy or sad; it’s a complex interplay of biology and life experiences. Let us help you navigate these feels and find clearer skies.

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD, is a heavy burden carried by many who have experienced profound trauma. It’s like an indelible scar on the soul, a haunting echo of distressing memories. We help you understand and address PTSD symptoms in your life whether you find yourself in a constant battle with your own past or simply re-living moments you wish you could forget.

Life’s pressures can often feel overwhelming, and the weight of responsibilities can seem unbearable. Stress Management is about understanding that it’s okay to seek a moment of respite, to breathe deeply, and to tend to the well-being of our minds and bodies.

Veteran-trained therapists

LGBTQIA+ affirming

If you’re experiencing any of these mental health issues, schedule a session with one of our providers and find your peace.

Providing mental health services in these additional specialties

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

Alcohol Use

Anger Management

Bariatric Evaluations

Bereavement

Binge Eating Disorders

Chronic Medical Conditions

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Couples/Marital

Crisis/Trauma

Cross-Cultural

DBT Therapy

Domestic Violence

First Responders

Fitness for Duty Evaluations

Gender Dysphoria

Gender Non-Conforming

Geriatrics

LGBTQIA Issues

Medication Evaluation & Management

Military

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Parent/Child Integrative Therapy

Post-Partum Depression

Psychotic Disorders

Religious Deconstruction

Schizophrenic Disorders

Sex Abuse

Sleep Disorders

Stress Management

Substance Abuse

Tobacco Addiction

Transcranial Magnetic

Transgender

Women’s Issues

Client Rights

As a client, these are your rights and responsibilities. You do not need these for your initial appointment.

Client Rights and Responsibilities

HIPAA and Client Rights

Frequently Asked Questions

What services does Natura Behavioral Health offer?

We offer a range of mental health services, including therapy (individual, group and family), psychiatric evaluations and medication management, counseling, and support groups. Our goal is to provide comprehensive care tailored to your specific needs.

What types of therapists and counselors do you have on staff?

Our team includes licensed psychiatric nurse practiioners and mental health counselors with expertise in various specialities such as anxiety, depression, trauma and more. You can read more about our team here.

How long does a therapy session typically last?

Therapy sessions usually last around 45-60 minutes, but the duration can vary depending on your specific treatment plan and the therapist’s recommendations.

How often should I attend therapy sessions?

The frequency of therapy sessions depends on your individual needs and treatment plan. Initially, sessions may be weekly, and then they may decrease in frequency as you make progress.

What can I expect from my first therapy session?

Your first session will involve an initial assessment where the therapist will gather information about your concerns, goals, and background. It’s also an opportunity for you to get to know your therapist and discuss what you hope to achieve in therapy.

How can I manage my patient account or make payments?

The MYIO Patient Portal allows you to easily manage intake paperwork, online payments, messaging, and upcoming appointments. Connect here, or download the MYIO mobile app on the Apple App Store or Google Play.

How do I schedule an appointment?

You can schedule or reschedule an appointment by calling our office at 330-798-0491. If you are a new client, you can also fill out our online appointment request form here. Our friendly staff will assist you in finding the right provider and time slot for your needs.

Is my information kept confidential?

Yes, your privacy is of the utmost importance to us. We strictly adhere to all confidentiality and HIPAA regulations. Your personal information and sessions are kept confidential unless you provide written consent for us to share it with specific individuals or entities.

Do you accept insurance?

Yes, we accept most major insurance plans. Our qualified team of billing specialists will assist you in verifying coverage and eligibility for services, should you need assistance. We also offer self-pay options for those without insurance coverage. If you have other billing questions, call 980-342-2090.

What age groups do you work with?

We provide services to individuals of all ages, from children and adolescents to adults and seniors. Our team has experience working with diverse age groups.

Do you offer telehealth (online) sessions?

Yes, we offer telehealth sessions for clients who prefer to receive therapy remotely. We use secure and confidential video conferencing platforms to ensure your privacy and convenience.

Who can I contact for emergencies?

In case of a mental health emergency, please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room. Other crisis hotlines are listed below:

National Crisis Line – Call (800) 273-8255 or Dial 988
Ohio CareLine – Call (800) 720-9616
Help Network – Call 211 or Text 4HOPE to 741741
The Trevor Project – Call (866) 488-7386 or Text “Trevor” to (202) 304-1200
Trans Lifeline – Call (877) 565-8860

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