Mental Health Counseling for individuals and families.
Your journey in life has brought you to seek therapy from a professional. Therapy has the power to improve the quality of your life if you trust the process. Should you decide to hire us for this very important job, our focus will be on helping you feel strong and confident again. In the beginning, we will spend time listening to your story. We will then collaboratively identify realistic therapeutic goals and as we move forward we will encourage you to consider building a network of people like family, friends, or neighbors, to help support you and your goals.
In Luck Counseling, LLC offers individual, couples, and family counseling for all ages. We treat a large variety of issues and offer several kinds of therapy modalities because we recognize that every one of our clients is an individual Our main office is located in Old Town Warrenton and provides not only traditional psychotherapy, but also art therapy. Please see our Specializations tab for more information on treatment modalities and to learn more about our providers.
Groups for adolescents and adults will be available soon in both our Warrenton and Fairfax locations. We will offer an art therapy group, an adult DBT skills building group, an adult grief and loss group, and an adolescent social skills group. Please contact our main office directly for more information on these developing groups!
Our staff includes licensed therapists as well as pre-licensed therapists with many years of experience working in the community, hospitals, residential programs, and with members of the military. We offer counseling services in both English and Spanish.
Please contact Natalia Lueck, LPC, to inquire about our services and make an appointment today.
Mrs. Natalia Lueck received her Master's in Professional Counseling from Argosy University in Washington, D.C. in 2006 and has been licensed to practice as a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Virginia since 2009. Mrs. Lueck has worked previously in community mental health and as a school counselor with special education students in grades 3-12 as well as a special education teacher in a private school setting for children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral problems, and for students with a developmental disorder (e.g., autism spectrum). Mrs. Lueck’s clinical areas of focus currently include counseling individuals with addiction issues, post traumatic stress disorder, eating disorders, anxiety and mood disorders, and personality disorders. Mrs. Lueck also has a special interest in helping individuals manage chronic health conditions like autoimmune diseases, organ transplants, heart failure, and cancer.
Mrs. Lueck is a member in good standing of the American Counseling Association (ACA). Mrs. Lueck is originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina and welcomes the opportunity to counsel clients in English and in Spanish. She lives with her husband and son in Warrenton, VA.