Dr. Natalie Swift is an adjunct professor at Union College in the psychology department. She currently has a private practice located at Williamsburg Psychology Behavioral Clinic, LLC in Lincoln, Nebraska. Dr. Swift has extensive experience in the evaluation and treatment of individuals with developmental disabilities and co-occurring mood, anxiety, and or psychotic condition. Dr. Swift’s professional interests include strength-based approaches to treating individuals on the Autism Spectrum and other developmental disabilities, the impact of culture on disability, and the role of faith and spirituality in mental health. Dr. Swift received her undergraduate degree in Human Communication Studies from Howard University in Washington, D.C. She obtained her master’s and doctorate degree in clinical psychology with an emphasis on multiculturalism and treatment of diverse populations from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.