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Dana is a licensed master social worker, who provides psychotherapy services to individuals, couples and families. She is passionate about creating a safe space for clients to explore and discuss challenges in their lives. Dana approaches each client by meeting them where they are in order to help them develop a deeper understanding of themselves, their strengths and their true potential. Dana has experience working with clients who struggle with depression, anxiety, addiction, mood disorders, life transitions, grief, relationship distress and trauma. She utilizes various treatment modalities including psychodynamic therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and person centered therapy, in order to meet each clients unique needs.

Dana graduated with her Bachelor’s Degree in political science from Indiana University in 2012. She recently completed her Master’s Degree from the University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work. Dana completed training as a Clinical Social Work Intern at The Lovett Center, providing reduced fee psychotherapy services. She also has prior experience in school settings, utilizing play and talk therapy with elementary and high school age students. Dana is currently completing a clinical fellowship at The Lovett Center to further her training as a psychotherapist.