Ms. Dana Thompson has been in the field of social work for twenty years and enjoys working with teens, adults, and families. Dana also has training in Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and strengths-based approaches. Areas of interest include anxiety, depression, trauma, transitions, adjustments, parenting skills, and family communication. Under the umbrella of a family-systems based approach, modalities used in treatment may include Individual Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy –(CBT). She helps patients develop coping strategies for stress management and relaxation. Dana has many years of experience in outpatient therapy, and community mental health. Through these experiences, she has worked with many populations from various walks of life. Everyone’s journey is unique.
Transition Life Coach
Life is about those big moments.
Having kids, graduating from college, moving to a new city. You name it, a transitional coach has probably dealt with it. Though these big moments are exciting, they can be scary and uprooting too! People often struggle to cope with big life changes, so transitional coaches are the perfect go-to for putting things in perspective and helping YOU to make those big life changes as enjoyable as possible. Ultimately, working with clients to understand their needs and support them as they work to build a more fulfilling life for themselves. Dana will teach useful emotional and behavioral regulation techniques and collaborate with clients to develop action plans that center on the actualization of their stated ambitions. Together we will evaluate clients’ advancement toward goal actualization to encourage continued and sustainable progress.
How to Contact Me:
In the case of an emergency, please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.
Phone: Monday 10-11am, Wednesday 11-12pm, Thursday 11-11:30am, Fri 10-11am, (301) 970-4001
Portal: I will respond within 1 business day
Email: To protect patient privacy, per our practice policy, I do not use email with current or prospective clients.