We have experience in helping people who have difficulty with or who are sensitive to conventional medications or would like to work without or lower amounts of medications. We identify the imbalances with functional medicine testing and rebalance with nutrients, diet, sleep, and exercise.
Anxiety, depression, PTSD, OCD, ADD/ADHD, autism, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, insomnia, electrohypersensitivity, and exposure to environmental toxins, are some of the psychiatric issues that we treat. We look to see where medication, environmental or physical problems may impact psychological and psychiatric problems including smart meter opt-out evaluations and notarized papers.
We have an office that is low EMF without Wi-Fi, and we ask you to turn off your cell phone before you come into the building for those who are electro hypersensitive and need a safe place.
Fee for Service: Initial Evaluation: is $150 for 30 min up to $375 for 75 min with $75 per 15 minutes additional. Allow for 1.5 -2 hours depending on complexity.
Follow-up appointments: 10-19 min is $100, 20-29 min is $150, 30-39 min is $200, 40 min to 50 min is $250 either in person on Zoom TeleHealth.
Phone or video consult is $150 per 30 min. Please call or email for an appointment.
Insurance: We do not accept insurance but will file electronically for you and your insurance company will reimburse you. We do not participate in Medicare or Medicaid.
Natalie Sadler, MD has Twenty Eight years of experience in holistic psychiatry in Chapel Hill, NC and has now moved her office to Black Mountain, NC. She graduated from The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, Medical School, now McGovern Medical School. She completed her residency in psychiatry at UNC Hospitals in Chapel Hill, NC. She has been in private practice since 1991. She currently serves as Board Chair for the Board of Directors of SafeTechNC.org.
J Belinda Robarge PA-C has Seven years experience working in psychiatry. She graduated from Oregon Health and Science University in 2009 with a Master's in Physician Assistant Studies. In 2012, she completed the Regions Hospital Psychiatry Fellowship and earned a NCCPA Certificate of Additional Qualifications in Psychiatry. She has completed the Master's of Psychopharmacology via the Neuroscience Education Institute and has completed Advance Nutrient Therapy training through the Walsh Research Institute.