Dr. Dara Hayden is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who has been working within the field of psychology for over 10 years. She primarily sees adults and couples for therapy in a private practice setting, provides crisis assessment in the Emergency Room at Alta Bates Summit Medical Center, and offers supervision to clinical psychology doctoral students as an Adjunct Clinical Faculty Member with the Wright Institute. In her spare time she enjoys being a part of a few NIH-funded health psychology research projects at UCSF and the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine.
To ensure the highest level of care, Dr. Dara Hayden maintains several professional memberships and regularly attends courses and conferences in the fields of clinical psychology, integrative medicine, and other areas of interest. Dr. Dara Hayden has specialized training in the treatment of stress, anxiety, depression, trauma, addictions, life change, relationships, mindfulness, mind-body health and creativity. She has extensive training in the theory and practice of psychodynamic therapy, contemporary psychoanalytic therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness-based therapies, expressive arts therapies, brief therapy and longer term psychotherapy.
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Mind & Life Summer Research Institute, Prien Am Chiemsee, Germany
Doctorate of Psychology (PsyD), Clinical Psychology,The Wright Institute, Berkeley, CA
Master of Arts (MA), Clinical Psychology, The Wright Institute, Berkeley, CA
School of Applied Kinesthetic Studies, (Certificate), Herndon, VA
Bachelor of Arts (BA), English (Creative Writing and Cultural Studies Concentration), Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Studio Art (Architecture, Painting, & Ceramics Concentration), Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA
Minor in Psychology, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA