As the owner and clinical director, Dana value’s the impact of quality, goal oriented services. Through her personal experience of professional and personal growth, she understands the need for support, perspective and coaching during times of change. Her passion is working with others seeking change at any age and stage of life.
After graduating from Texas A&M University in 1996, Dana began her professional career as a teacher in Cypress-Fairbanks ISD. While teaching, she went on to receive her Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Our Lady of the Lake University. Since graduating in 2005, Dana has worked with individuals, families, couples and groups combining her passion for teaching and counseling to help people achieve their goals personally and professionally. She has impacted people as a teacher, presenter, counselor and supervisor in the nonprofit sector and through her private practice.
Believing in the power of education and training, she has a broad background of study. In her clinical work, she draws primarily from two evidenced based therapies: Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Gottman Couples Therapy. She also weaves in other models such as, Solution Focused Therapy, Collaborative Language Systems, Motivational Interviewing, and Imago Therapy.
As a counselor, Dana seeks to offer a place for people of all ages to feel accepted, valued, and encouraged to embrace their strengths for creating the life they want to live.
Outside the office she enjoys spending time with friends and family, traveling, reading, dancing, and spending time outdoors – hiking, cycling, rollerblading, and running.
Meghan is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate with an eagerness to work side-by-side with people who are seeking growth and change.
After graduating from the University of St. Thomas, she enjoyed a career in Houston-ISD as an athletic coach and lead academic tutor. Her passion for working with families and adolescents grew and she pursued her Master’s degree in Individual, Couples and Family Counseling from Our Lady of the Lake University.
Meghan’s theoretical orientation is based on Solution-Focused Therapy, Collaborative Language Systems and Narrative Therapy. She, therefore, works with the client to maximize and utilize their strengths to create change. Meghan also currently works under the training and supervision of Dana Hahn for Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.
As a therapist, Meghan seeks to offer a place where people feel safe, empowered and encouraged to be themselves.
In her free time, Meghan spends most of her time having fun with her friends and spending time with her family. Often described as being “free-spirited,” she is always waiting for the next opportunity to travel, meet new people and experience new things.