Certificate in Arts and Trauma treatment
Dr. Dana Jebreel is a clinical psychologist specializing in trauma, abuse, and relationship difficulties. She works with adolescents and adults offering individual, family/couples, and group therapy. Dana’s style is collaborative and compassionate, and she believes that success in treatment is built on a trusting relationship between therapist and client. She uses various modalities to help clients connect to their emotions, discover their needs, and process the feelings and thought patterns that hold them back in their lives. Having completed advanced training in the treatment of trauma, she also finds that integrating the use of the body, voice, art, and writing are powerful tools for healing.
Dana received her B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Drawing/Fine Arts from the University of Southern California. She earned her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology. Dana’s professional experiences include working in residential treatment focusing on issues of addiction, childhood abuse, sexual abuse, and domestic violence. She completed her postdoctoral training in relational psychotherapy at the Steven Mitchell Relational Study Center in New York and psychoanalysis at the Wright Institute Los Angeles.
Currently, Dana has a private practice in Beverly Hills. Dana is passionate about facilitating the opportunity for her clients to become more embodied and empowered to lead fulfilled and connected lives.