Dayna is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor specializing in therapy with teens, adults, and families. She also serves as the Assistant Director of Mill Creek Family Services. It is both her privilege and passion in life to help people and organizations thrive.
Dayna earned her Master’s degree in counseling from Antioch University in Seattle. For over 15 years she has helped clients lead more authentic and fulfilling lives. Dayna’s compassionate nature helps you know that you are deeply accepted and understood. She knows how complicated life can be, what it feels like to be stuck, and knows that you need a therapist who will fully invest in you.
Dayna does not shy away from a complex problem. She values the exploration of all aspects of your experience, allowing you to really get to the core of whatever you are facing. In this therapeutic partnership, you will learn to better connect with yourself and others around you.
Dayna respects you as a unique individual – as a whole person. She helps you better navigate difficult thoughts, feelings, and relational dynamics — all while believing in you and your capacity to create a life you will love.
Some of Dayna’s areas of expertise include:
Depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder
Emotional neglect, trauma, and PTSD
LGBTQIA+ concerns and alternative lifestyle issues
Grief and loss
Master of Arts, Psychology, Mental Health Counseling, Antioch University Seattle, WA
Bachelor of Arts, Theatre and Communications, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA
Professional License: LH60128124
Dayna enjoys spending time with friends, family, and her dog. She has an appreciation for theatre and movies, art, great food, nature and rock climbing.