July 31, 2017


Natalie St. Cyr

Psychotherapist | Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Natalie St. Cyr, M.A., LMFT works with individuals and couples incorporating mindfulness-based interventions and integrative therapy. She is a licensed clinician in Marriage and Family Therapy.

In addition to her private practice, she supervises clinical research at the UCLA Late-Life Wellness Research Program studying treatment-resistant depression, yoga, meditation and Tai -Chi Chih interventions. With 10 years of research experience in the Department of Psychiatry at UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior, she specializes in antidepressant and mind-body interventions toward the treatment and prevention of mood disorders. 

She has authored and published journal articles with her colleagues at UCLA. 


Evaluating the potential of methylphenidate to improve antidepressant 
response to citalopram, as assessed by clinical and cognitive outcomes

A pilot study of yogic meditation for family dementia caregivers with depressive symptoms: effects on mental health, cognition, and telomerase activity

Complementary use of tai chi chih augments escitalopram treatment of geriatric depression: a randomized controlled trial

Department of Psychiatry

Early Childhood Development Associates

Preschool and Parenting Groups

Transpersonal Counseling Center

Mindfulness-Based Spiritual Counseling

Natalie St. Cyr, MA, LMFT