About Me

Dana Bowerbank, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker

❖ Master of Social Work (Arizona State University 2013)

❖ B.S. in Psychology (Grand Canyon University, 2006)

My training and education has helped me learn from a range of styles that inform the work I do which includes a Client-Centered, Trauma-Informed approach that incorporates aspects of CBT, DBT, PolyVagal Theory, Mindfulness, Somatic Techniques, Attachment Styles, and Internal Family Systems. My approach continues to be shaped by my academic, professional, and personal experiences which include a Feminist, Culturally-Inclusive, Systems-Based lens. What this means for me as a therapist, is that I see people as incredibly unique individuals whose lives are informed by their own experiences in the world.

Throughout my time in the mental health field, I have had chance to partner with a variety of people from different backgrounds. In my current role as a therapist, I work to use a warm, validating approach that pulls from evidence-based practices & authentic human connection. Those who benefit most from therapy with me typically have begun working to heal but are feeling stuck & struggle with issues like identity, self-worth, chronic stress, and anxiety. Our work together will be collaborative and build on your strengths to support growth & healing. I hope to offer a space to feel seen and validated while you sort through where Life has brought you.