Natasha Ross

Individual and Relational Therapist

Relationship issues, parenting struggles, feeling disconnected from ourselves and others amidst an uncertain future are things many of us are facing at this time in our lives. You don’t have to face these things alone. As an empathetic and non-judgmental listener, I welcome difference and the unconventional. I would be honoured to work with you.

Embracing our shared humanity is one of the most important elements of self-compassion. Our shared humanity is what enables us to connect and have a deep understanding of what it means to be human. Just as the client who sits with me is, I am a human and it is the “humanness” that will allow us to collaboratively gain a deeper understanding of yourself and your relationships.

Conversations with Safe Harbour Therapy
92 – Nurturing Our Relationships with Natasha Ross


NameNatasha Ross
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CredentialsMarriage and Family Therapist
SchoolsUniversity of Winnipeg, Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy
University of Manitoba (Masters in City Planning) 2009
In Practice Since2016


Canadian Association of Marriage and Family Therapy2019

How I Work

I offer service to those who are open to learning more about themselves and their experiences. I provide an open and non-judgmental space where together we will explore your relationships with yourself and others, your values, assumptions, fears and ideals. Our work will be collaborative in exploring ways to live meaningfully despite the challenges we face.

I approach my work holistically to understand each client by connecting with all the aspects that make them unique: history, family, hopes, dreams, fears, food, exercise, belief systems, work, parents, culture, gender, talents, relationships, etc. As we collaboratively gain insight to your inner world, together we can make sense of feelings and thoughts that are part of who you are.

My Story

I’m a firm believer in the healing power of community. For me, community is the heart of human existence through its feeling of belonging and sharing a common purpose. It can help us form personal connections with others, recognize social injustices, enhance our personal growth, and support the growth of our environment. My passion for community led me to an earlier career as a City Planner facilitating community development work with women, families, newcomers, at-risk youth and adult street populations.

Outside the Office

I enjoy yoga, music, art and reading. I’m a lover of nature and enjoy weekly hikes with friends and daily walks with my large and overly friendly dog. I’m a mom to a teenage son and a grown daughter.


  • Relationships Issues
  • Women’s Issues
  • Parenting Challenges

Treatment Approach

  • Gestalt
  • Mindfulness-based
  • Acceptance and Commitment (ACT)
  • Solution-focused


ClienteleIndividuals, couples, families
Average cost per session $125 for 60 minute session $187.50 for 90 minute session
Sliding scale?no
Accepts coverage?Please check with your insurance provider.
Accepted insurance plansPlease check with your insurance provider.

Podcast & Blog

92 – Nurturing Our Relationships with Natasha Ross

written by Natasha Ross on 13/01/22

How can we possibly put our own needs aside, just for a moment, to understand what our partners might be going through in times of stress? How does building empathy for others helps us build more empathy for ourselves? Here we’ll talk about the work of couples therapy, what it means to be a Marriage and Family Therapist, and the importance of community and connection.

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