Nathaniel Mason, MEd
Resident Clinical Mental Health Counselor
Nathaniel Mason is a recent graduate from the College of William & Mary where obtained his M.Ed. in Clinical Mental Health and Addictions Counseling. He is continuing his studies in pursuit of his PhD.  Using evidence based, best practices counseling, Nathaniel helps his clients build a lasting foundation for a fulfilling life.
Nathaniel understands clients often come to therapy feeling un-empowered, unaware of their strengths, and unsure of what direction to go to solve complicated problems. His main goal for all clients, no matter their background or belief system, is to help them feel as comfortable as possible in session. He uses interventions such as, but not limited to, meaning-making, goal-setting, insight-awareness, and understanding patterns of interacting or thinking that lead to negative outcomes (known as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.) He also helps clients feel comfortable bringing in spiritual or cultural practices to assist in the therapeutic process. Nathaniel does not provide direct answers or advice in most cases with clients.  He is confident in his clients and the therapeutic process.
Nathaniel is particularly passionate about adolescents and young adults seeking assistance in maintaining sobriety from substances. He has worked at Bacon Street Youth and Family Services and the New Leaf Clinic at William & Mary for his counseling practicum and internships.  Nathaniel has hands on, practical experience working with individuals in all stages of recovery.
Nathaniel is open and affirming. He is knowledgeable and experienced in supporting LGBTQ clients through the challenges they face. Nathaniel helps clients better understand themselves and their relationships with family, peers, and partners. 
Nathaniel is also skilled in treating anxiety and depression.  His advanced education and personal warmth serve to move clients forward in a safe environment.  He uses a combination of in office practice and out of office exercises for use throughout the week to help clients progress. 
Nathaniel has nearly three years of experience including in-home counseling, therapeutic day treatment, and outpatient counseling serving court-mandated adolescents with comorbid substance use disorders and other mental health concerns, their families, and college-aged young adults. In addition to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Nathaniel is trained in Solution Focused, Motivational Interviewing, Mindfulness, and Person Centered therapeutic approaches. He is currently under the supervision of Amanda Deverich, LMFT and Dr. Daniel Gutierrez, LPC, LMHC, NCC.  
Contact Nathaniel today.  He is here to help.


Nathaniel Mason is a recent graduate from the College of William & Mary where obtained his M.Ed. in Clinical Mental Health and Addictions Counseling. He is continuing his studies in pursuit of his PhD.  Using evidence based, best practices counseling, Nathaniel helps his clients build a lasting foundation for a fulfilling life.
Nathaniel understands clients often come to therapy feeling un-empowered, unaware of their strengths, and unsure of what direction to go to solve complicated problems. His main goal for all clients, no matter their background or belief system, is to help them feel as comfortable as possible in session. He uses interventions such as, but not limited to, meaning-making, goal-setting, insight-awareness, and understanding patterns of interacting or thinking that lead to negative outcomes (known as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.) He also helps clients feel comfortable bringing in spiritual or cultural practices to assist in the therapeutic process. Nathaniel does not provide direct answers or advice in most cases with clients.  He is confident in his clients and the therapeutic process.
Nathaniel is particularly passionate about adolescents and young adults seeking assistance in maintaining sobriety from substances. He has worked at Bacon Street Youth and Family Services and the New Leaf Clinic at William & Mary for his counseling practicum and internships.  Nathaniel has hands on, practical experience working with individuals in all stages of recovery.
Nathaniel is open and affirming. He is knowledgeable and experienced in supporting LGBTQ clients through the challenges they face. Nathaniel helps clients better understand themselves and their relationships with family, peers, and partners. 
Nathaniel is also skilled in treating anxiety and depression.  His advanced education and personal warmth serve to move clients forward in a safe environment.  He uses a combination of in office practice and out of office exercises for use throughout the week to help clients progress. 
Nathaniel has nearly three years of experience including in-home counseling, therapeutic day treatment, and outpatient counseling serving court-mandated adolescents with comorbid substance use disorders and other mental health concerns, their families, and college-aged young adults. In addition to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Nathaniel is trained in Solution Focused, Motivational Interviewing, Mindfulness, and Person Centered therapeutic approaches. He is currently under the supervision of Amanda Deverich, LMFT and Dr. Daniel Gutierrez, LPC, LMHC, NCC.  
Contact Nathaniel today.  He is here to help.Nathaniel Mason is a recent graduate from the College of William & Mary where obtained his M.Ed. in Clinical Mental Health and Addictions Counseling. He is continuing his studies in pursuit of his PhD. Using evidence based, best practices counseling, Nathaniel helps his clients build a lasting foundation for a fulfilling life

Nathaniel Mason is a recent graduate from the College of William & Mary where obtained his M.Ed. in Clinical Mental Health and Addictions Counseling. He is continuing his studies in pursuit of his PhD. Using evidence based, best practices counseling, Nathaniel helps his clients build a lasting foundation for a fulfilling life.


Nathaniel understands clients often come to therapy feeling un-empowered, unaware of their strengths, and unsure of what direction to go to solve complicated problems. His main goal for all clients, no matter their background or belief system, is to help them feel as comfortable as possible in session. He uses interventions such as, but not limited to, meaning-making, goal-setting, insight-awareness, and understanding patterns of interacting or thinking that lead to negative outcomes (known as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.) He also helps clients feel comfortable bringing in spiritual or cultural practices to assist in the therapeutic process. Nathaniel does not provide direct answers or advice in most cases with clients. He is confident in his clients and the therapeutic process.


Nathaniel is particularly passionate about adolescents and young adults seeking assistance in maintaining sobriety from substances. He has worked at Bacon Street Youth and Family Services and the New Leaf Clinic at William & Mary for his counseling practicum and internships. Nathaniel has hands on, practical experience working with individuals in all stages of recovery.


Nathaniel is open and affirming. He is knowledgeable and experienced in supporting LGBTQ clients through the challenges they face. Nathaniel helps clients better understand themselves and their relationships with family, peers, and partners.


Nathaniel is also skilled in treating anxiety and depression. His advanced education and personal warmth serve to move clients forward in a safe environment. He uses a combination of in office practice and out of office exercises for use throughout the week to help clients progress.


Nathaniel has nearly three years of experience including in-home counseling, therapeutic day treatment, and outpatient counseling serving court-mandated adolescents with comorbid substance use disorders and other mental health concerns, their families, and college-aged young adults. In addition to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Nathaniel is trained in Solution Focused, Motivational Interviewing, Mindfulness, and Person Centered therapeutic approaches. He is currently under the supervision of Amanda Deverich, LMFT and Dr. Daniel Gutierrez, LPC, LMHC, NCC.


Contact Nathaniel today.   He is here to help.