Dana K. Monforton, MA, TLLP.

My aim as a therapist is to enable and encourage my clients to bring their entire selves into the room: behaviors, memories, bad habits, lofty dreams, a broken heart, prejudices, triumphs…everything. It’s my responsibility and incredible privilege to assure my clients that anything they share with me will be met with empathy and compassion. Any progress made in the therapy room starts there.

I received my MA from the Michigan School of Psychology. My graduate research included perinatal loss, ADHD in adult women, and effective psychotherapy for older adults. My practical training included psychological assessment and therapy for adults, adolescents, and couples.

I see clients on weekday evenings and currently only via telehealth.