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Dana Savage


I enter from a space of collaboration and empathy to help clients build empowered narratives, learn new skills for coping, and facilitate compassionate healing. I work through a variety of therapeutic modalities to create a plan tailored to my client’s individual goals and experiences. Grounded in psychodynamic theory, I draw from feminist, relational, dialectic-behavioral, and cognitive-behavioral modalities to strive toward holistic mental wellbeing. My work is queer-, kink-, and poly- affirming and draws upon practices for undoing racism and uplifting marginalized experiences. My areas of focus are with adult ADHD, couples, differential diagnosis in women, disability, and LGBTQIA issues.

Dana Savage, MHC-LP (they/them/she/her)