Teaching Faculty, Art Therapy
, Couple and Family Therapy
, School of Applied Psychology, Counseling and Family Therapy
Dani earned her Master’s in Psychology and Art Therapy from Antioch University Seattle in 2006. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT), a registered Art Therapist (ATR), an approved Washington State supervisor, as well as a national member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT), and the American Art Therapy Association (AATA). She has close to 15 years of experience working with bereaved children, adults and families. During that time, she has worked for a local non-profit organization as the Director of Adult Programs.
Currently, she has a part-time private practice in downtown Seattle helping individuals, couples, and families explore and navigate a range of emotional and behavioral issues, as they adjust to significant changes created by trauma, loss and grief. She began teaching at AUS in 2012 and is very passionate about learning and transforming through connection in community, sharing what she has experienced as a clinician, learning from a talented and diverse AUS student-body and embraces the continuing gifts of compassion, growth, and change.
- BA in Liberal Studies Antioch University Seattle
- MA in Psychology with Art Therapy Antioch University Seattle
- Current student of PhD in Counselor, Education and Supervision, Antioch University Seattle.
I began teaching at Antioch University Seattle in 2012. I am very passionate about learning through connection and community. Teaching at AUS as a marriage and family art therapist allows me to feed that passion and creates an opportunity for me to share what I have learned as a clinician, come along side and teach from an experiential perspective, learn from the wide range of talented students that makes up our community of adult learners and embrace the gift of personal and professional growth and transformation.