Natalie Wonder, MSW
Bachelors of Social Welfare, University of Washington, 2004
Masters of Social Work, University of Washington, 2006
Why I work at Neighborcare Health:
I am proud to work for an agency that provides accessible health care services to ALL families despite their level of income. I love working with the students and families at Mercer’s School-Based Health Center! I am regularly humbled by the experiences of my clients and I am very passionate about providing a safe and Non-judgmental therapeutic environment where students can share their stories, focus on their social and emotional well being and make positive life changes.
Before joining Neighborcare Health, Natalie worked at various schools throughout King County for the last eight years. Most recently she was a mental therapist at Madrona K-8 School. She has background in running Grief and Loss (bereavement) support groups and has volunteered with Providence Hospice of Seattle for the past 6 years. She has also volunteered at Camp Erin (a grief camp for kids in King County through Safe Crossings and the Moyer Foundation) for the past 4 years.
Although born in California, Natalie has spent much of her life in the Pacific Northwest. She loves to travel and has visited Italy, Spain, France, The Netherlands, Belgium and Mexico. In her spare time Natalie enjoys being outside and running as well as camping, hiking, yoga, reading and music.