Natasha Mosby

Clinical Program Director of the Nevada Pediatric Access Program, Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine
Expertise: Caregiving, Mental health, Anxiety, Trauma, Stress, Depression, Children’s mental health disorders, Integrated healthcare


Natasha Mosby is a licensed clinical social worker in Nevada and the clinical program director of the Nevada Pediatric Access Program with the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine's Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health. She has been in the mental health field for more than 20 years, working in mental health and community agencies, inpatient psychiatric hospitals, non-for-profit agencies, and private practice.

She previously served as the Greenspun College of Urban Affairs' integrated healthcare program coordinator and a lecturer for graduate students in the School of Social Work. In this role, she was responsible for the implementation and oversight of the integrated healthcare scholarship as well as developing and enhancing clinical courses and trainings for students and community partners. Mosby also provides clinical supervision to clinical social work interns and serves as a mentor to first-generation college students.

Mosby is currently serving a second appointed term as a member of the Nevada Commission on Behavioral Health, and she provides clinical consultation and mental health trainings throughout Southern Nevada.


  • B.A., Sociology, Southern University and A&M College
  • MSW, Louisiana State University

Natasha Mosby In The News

K.N.P.R. News
With Thanksgiving upon us, most of us are preparing to gather with loved ones. And some of us … may not be looking forward to it.
K.T.N.V. T.V. ABC 13
Raising a family comes with plenty of hurdles. But things can get much more complicated when mom and dad start caring for their elderly parents too.
This Is Reno
Special Olympics Nevada, an organization that works to create inclusive opportunities for children and adults with intellectual disabilities through health, education, leadership development and year-round sports training, is proud to announce the appointment of Natasha Mosby as clinical consultant for its new Mindset Matters program.
Pregnant with her second child, working, teaching, and caring for her mother, who was undergoing cancer treatments, Natasha Mosby found herself finally following her own advice: Ask for help.

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Campus News | December 4, 2023

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