Natalie Reynaga, LCSW

I’m a licensed therapist practicing in the Rancho Cucamonga area, and I’m here to support you on your journey toward healing and self-discovery. I specialize in treating children and young adults who are suffering with anxiety, life adjustments, depression or self-esteem issues. 

My counseling services include well-known, researched-based counseling methods including (but not limited to) Cognitive Behavioral Therapy ("CBT") and motivational interviewing.

Frequently Asked Questions

What happens at the first appointment?

At your first appointment, we will complete your in-depth intake assessment and questionnaire. This will go over your history and any current or past symptoms. We will work together to come up with a treatment plan that meets your needs.

Do you accept insurance?

At this time, we accept IEHP (Inland Empire Health Plan) and Cigna.

How long is a session?

Sessions last for 50 minutes.

How often will I be seeing you?

We typically schedule appointments on a weekly basis but we will schedule based on what works best for you. We can accommodate weekly or bi-weekly appointments.

How can I book a consultation call before committing to an appointment?

You can navigate to the "Book Online" tab, which will lead you to the appointment calendar. Choose which time works best for you and I will call you so we can discuss things together.

Are you offering in-person appointments?

At this time I am not offering in person appointments due to Covid-19 health concerns. I will be opening up some sessions in person on a very limited basis in the near future. Stay tuned!

What are the benefits of "private pay" as opposed to insurance?

Private pay clients are in control of how many sessions they receive, as well as how long the sessions are. Insurance companies often place additional restrictions on the specific services that they cover, and they dictate the type of therapy you can receive. All insurance companies require you to have a recorded diagnosis. With private pay, you will not have a diagnosis on your health records.