Natasha Seaton is licensed in Arizona as a Doctor of Audiology and Dispensing Audiologist. She earned her Bachelors of Arts degree in Elementary Education at The University of Arizona in 2011. She also studied at Teachers College – Columbia University where she obtained her Masters of Education in Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education. She taught deaf and hard of hearing children in New York City for six years. After working as a teacher for the deaf and hard of hearing, Dr. Seaton decided to pursue her Doctor of Audiology degree at The University of Arizona.
Dr. Seaton is a member of the American Academy of Audiology and the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association. She specializes in hearing aid fittings and hearing rehabilitation. She is passionate about collaboration and enjoys working with individuals and their families to meet their needs.
Dr. Seaton grew up in Page, Arizona and currently resides in the Phoenix area. She loves spending time with her husband and son, reading, and improving her ASL skills. She also teaches an audiology course to teachers of the deaf and hard of hearing at The University of Arizona.