Dena K. Leibowitz, MS LCADC, CHT, 500 E-RYT
Dena is a licensed Psychotherapist with a specialty in Addiction Disorders and over 25 years of clinical experience. Her integrative approach to counseling combines years of clinical experience with cognitive behavioral and traditional psychotherapy, with holistic therapies including; mindfulness, NLP, hypnotherapy, yoga, meditation, reiki, motivational and wellness coaching.
Dena brings positive energy to therapy that inspires change. Her techniques rely on creative and solution focused approaches. Dena has a Bachelor’s degree from Towson University (BS ’92) and a Master’s Degree (MS ’96) in Psychology with and emphasis in Counseling University of Baltimore. Dena completed her post-graduate coursework at Johns Hopkins University required for her licensure. She has also trained extensively with the American Hypnosis Training Academy (APA accredited). She is both certified in hypnosis and as an NLP (Neuro-linguistic Programming) Practitioner. Additional accomplishments include being a panelist at DWI seminars, public speaking, providing expert testimony, and credential training. Dena founded the Center for Mental Health, LLC (CMH) in 1998, and expanded to a wellness center in 2011 renamed ZenLife Yoga Boutique & Juice Bar. After closing the physical location, Dena continues to provide telehealth sessions and yoga to private clients. She believes in applying a holistic approach to wellness. Dena’s latest endeavor is integrating yoga philosophy in her counseling approach. She is a graduate of Yogali Institute, and is a nationally certified Yoga instructor through the Yoga Alliance. She also completed the 500 RYT Yoga Program at University of Maryland.
Dena welcomes new clients, encourages inquiries and is very approachable. She is available to consult by phone, text, email or in-person.
MEDICAL DISCLAIMER. In addition to my psychotherapy practice I am a Clinical Hypnotherapist, certified by the American Hypnosis Training Academy. I do not attempt to treat or diagnose medical disease of any kind. Hypnosis in no way replaces standard medical procedures, but works in conjunction with them by freeing the patient of feelings or attitudes that may be compromising his or her natural immune system. Hypnosis helps create strong mental expectancy and reduces stress, thereby normalizing the action of the autonomic nervous system. Hypnosis for any medical complaints requires a referral from your primary care physician.
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