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Dana Harron
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Monarch Wellness & Psychotherapy
Dr. Dana Harron / Founder
1350 Connecticut Ave NW
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Washington
District of Columbia
20036  United States
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202 656-3681 (Phone)
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1350 Connecticut Ave NW
203
Washington
District of Columbia
20036  United States
 [ Map ]
202 656-3681 (Phone)
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Education/Experience
PsyD, Clinical Psychology
2011 Widener University Chester, PA
 Recipient of Clinical Psychology Award for Empathy and Caring, 2011
 Dissertation: A Pre-Post Pilot Study of Art Therapy for Elementary School- Aged Children with Trauma Histories
 Recipient of Neubauer Family Scholarship, 2005-2011
 This competitive scholarship eases the financial burden of graduate school by eighty percent and is based upon scholarship as well as participation in community outreach

Master of Arts, Clinical Psychology
2009 Widener University Chester, PA

Bachelor’s Degree, Psychology with Concentration in Art Therapy
2005 College of Santa Fe Santa Fe, NM
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Licensed as Psychologist in the Commonwealth of Virginia, 2014
# 0810005001

Licensed as Psychologist in the District of Columbia, 2013
#PSY1000898

Licensed as Psychologist in State of Delaware, 2012
#B1-0000937 (currently inactive)

Licensed as Psychologist in Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 2012
#PS017242 (currently inactive)

Certified as School Psychologist in Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 2011
#8134796 (currently inactive)

 Harron, D. (2018, November). Fostering authenticity: Offering teens safe and honest spaces Children’s National Medical Center, Adolescent Medicine Department, Washington DC.
 Harron, D. (2018, September). Treating eating disorders. George Washington University Professional Psychology Program Brown Bag Series, Washington DC.
 Harron, D. (2017, February). Stress management in the school setting. Walter Johnson High School Health and Wellness Summit, Bethesda, MD.
 Harron, D. (2016, December). Motivational interviewing: Techniques and ethical constructs. University of Maryland, Baltimore Campus, College Park, MD.
 Harron, D, Brabender, B, & Boyer, B. (2016, November). Art based interventions with traumatized children. Poster session presented at the Nuebauer Scholars Conference in Chester, PA.
 Harron, D. (2016, September). Psychodynamic approaches to eating disorders. George Washington University Professional Psychology Program Brown Bag Series, Washington DC.


 Harron, D., McKee, E., Palino, J & Dondero, C. (2016, August). The pinwheel model: An integrative program for eating disorders. American Psychological Association Convention, Denver CO.
 Harron, D. (2015, November). Mental health in the medical setting. One Medical Group, Washington, DC.
 Harron, D. (2015, March). Eating disorders. American University, Washington, DC.
 Harron, D. (2015, February). Stress in teenagers. Walter Johnson High School Health and Wellness Summit, Bethesda, MD.
 Harron, D. (2015, January). Success in private practice. Panel Participation at George Washington University Professional Psychology Program in Washington, DC.
 Harron, D. (2013, March 3). Art as therapy. Continuing Education lecture given for Child Development Study Group of the Philadelphia Society for Psychoanalytical Psychology, Philadelphia, PA.
 Odell, D. (2012, March). Eating disorders in the clinical interview. Interviewing Techniques at Temple University, Philadelphia PA.
 Odell, D. (2012, March). Eating disorders: Diagnosis and treatment. Counseling Psychology at Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.
 Odell, D. (2012, Feb). Career paths in psychology. Capstone in Psychology at Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.
 Odell, D. & Brabender, B. (2011, August). A pre-post study of art therapy for elementary school aged children with trauma histories. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington D.C.
 Odell, D. (Speaker). (2010, March 27). Family therapy: A clinical perspective [Radio series episode] in J. Hart (Producer), PsyCast. Chester, PA: WDNR Radio.
 Odell, D. (2010, April). Dialectical behavior therapy: Applications in clinical practice. Guest lecture Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology at Widener University, Chester, PA.
 Odell, D., Brabender, V., & Boyer, B. (2009, October). Art therapy for children with trauma histories: A retrospective analysis. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Delaware Psychological Association, Newark, DE.
 Odell, D. (2009, December). ADHD: A diagnostic dilemma. Guest lecture given for first year class of Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology at Widener University, Chester, PA.
 Odell, D. & Calvert-Hirt, P. (2009, December). Stress management seminar: Feel better, think better. Workshop offered at Widener Law School, Wilmington, DE., and video-conferenced with Widener University, Harrisburg, PA.
 Odell, D. & Boyer, B. (2009, June). A pre-post study of art therapy for school-aged children with trauma histories. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Psychological Association, Harrisburg, PA.
Harron, D (2019). Loving someone with an eating disorder: Understanding, supporting and connecting with your partner. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications.