Dana Horton, LCSW
Dana Horton has 25 years working in the field of mental health and healing, offering an eclectic approach including traditional social work, contemporary psychodynamic psychotherapy, and alternative healing modalities. She has her BS in health education, an MS in social work with a license in clinical social work, and is a Therapeutic Body Worker. She spent 15 years working in community-based organizations in the Bay Area and at San Francisco General Hospital Trauma Center. She founded Pacific Healing in 2006 and specializes in trauma, grief and bereavement, substance abuse, developmental disabilities, homelessness, anxiety and depression, and domestic violence. Her private practice is located in San Francisco and Kentfield. Drawing on her own 18 years of sobriety and experience in the field, she has helped men and women from diverse ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds gain manageability in their life, develop intimacy in relationships, cultivate wellness through self-care, and mobilize community resources. She also provides group supervision and training to therapy trainees at Community Institute for Psychotherapy in Marin County.