Dana Roebuck, MPS, LCAT, ATR-BC
Creative Arts Psychotherapist
Dana offers a warm, empowering, and collaborative approach to helping others. She specializes in the use of experiential modalities to aid individuals in healing from past trauma. Dana enjoys working with folks who are experiencing challenging life circumstances, relationship stressors, anxiety, depression, and addiction. She is gifted in supporting clients who are exploring their identity. She uses a client-centered and trauma-informed approach, along with elements of humanist and attachment theory to support clients as they process life experiences, develop new skills and perspectives, and work toward their goals. Over her clinical career, Dana has provided services in community mental health, education, outpatient/inpatient and residential settings, in the US and Africa, with extensive experience in substance use recovery. She received a masters in creative art psychotherapy in New York City and finds the use of creativity as a cornerstone to the healing process. Her fine arts background in sculpture and fiber arts helps to inform her work within the expressive nature of art as a physical, tactile, and therapeutic experience.