Dana Vera

Dana Vera


Dana has been providing psychotherapy to adults, adolescents and children for the last 19 years in a variety of settings, including community mental health, the public school sector and private practice.

Dana has extensive experience working with individuals struggling with anxiety and depression, relationships issues, divorce and those impacted by trauma. She has a special ability to connect with and understand the challenges facing her adolescent clients and their families, and is able to support them on their journey from childhood to adulthood within the complex and sensory-inundated world we live in today.

In addition to her clinical work, Dana provides supervision for social workers in private practice. Within the schools, she develops and implements therapeutic and school-wide initiatives designed to educate and support staff in creating trauma-informed interventions and practices.

Dana views her work as a collaborative experience. Her empathetic nature combined with an authentic desire to help others enables her to foster meaningful connections with her clients. She believes these connections help empower her clients to find their way toward creating a better quality of life.

Dana holds a Bachelor of Arts from Washington University in St. Louis and a Master of Social Work from Columbia University.

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