Natalie Peacock-CorralNatalie Peacock-Corral, MSW, LCSW, CGP has been practicing for 22 years as a psychiatric social worker and psychotherapist. She is on the faculty of the Psychoanalytic Center of the Carolinas.

After completing her MSW at UNC-CH she completed a year long fellowship in dual disorders (Addiction and Psychiatric disorders) at Yale Psychiatric Institute in New Haven, CT. Following this fellowship, she became a clinical instructor and counselor at Duke Addictions Program in the Department of Psychiatry at Duke Medical Center. She then provided psychotherapy and clinical supervision at Family Counseling Service in Durham, NC for many years. Since 1999 she has had a private psychotherapy practice in Raleigh, NC, focusing on relational psychoanalytic treatment, where she conducts individual, couples, family, and group therapy, as well as in depth consultations, and clinical supervision.

She is a graduate of the advanced psychotherapy course at the Psychoanalytic Center of the Carolinas. She is the director of the Mindplay Program, through the Psychoanalytic Center of the Carolinas and Playmakers Theatre.

 Natalie was awarded in 2018 a fellowship through the American Psychoanalytic Association Teachers Academy. She has presented on addiction and developmental trauma to the local AAPCSW chapter. She has an upcoming book chapter for Routledge Press to be published in 2019 entitled, “You are Never Too Old to Grow Young; Treating Developmental Trauma Relationally”.