Dana Gieszler LPC Intern
Masters of science in counselor education in the clinical mental health track from Portland State University in 2016. Received completion certificate in addictions counseling in 2016 from Portland State University.
Internship at Domestic Violence Resource Center 2015-2016.
Prior to working at Western, Dana worked for the past six years with at-risk youth at Hillsboro School District.
Dana Received her Bachelor of Arts in Spanish with minors in Latin American studies and Business Administration from the University of Oregon in 2010.
Individuals and group counseling.
Dana Believes that everyone possesses the ability to heal and revive themselves, but may need guidance and direction. Dana strives to assist clients in recognizing accessing their personal strengths, and to further develop the areas the client sees necessary. Dana integrates a strengths-based approach with Dialectical Behavior Therapy.
Dana utilizes a trauma informed lens and accesses tools from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, psychodynamic, and The Gottman method.
I enjoy spending time with my family, dog, and friends. I also enjoy cooking, art, watching movies, traveling, and taking classes.
6-11, 12-14, 15-17, 18-64, 65+
Depression, Grief/Death, PTSD, Stress Management, Women’s Issues, Addictions, DBT, Abuse, Anxiety/Fears/Phobia/Panic Attacks, Domestic Violence