Dana Fitzgerald is a highly qualified mental health therapist and licensed alcohol and drug counselor. With a doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Argosy University Sarasota and a master's degree in Professional Counseling Psychology from Webster University, she has an extensive educational background in the field. Dana also holds a bachelor's degree in Family Studies and Gerontology, which rounds out her knowledge in the area of psychology.
One of Dana's professional achievements includes the ownership and operation of ADSAC DUI School, which serves the Tulsa, Oklahoma community. She has worked as a Therapist, Alcohol and Drug Counselor, and Mental Health Therapist at ADSAC DUI School, Inc. Additionally, she has held positions as Substance Abuse/Mental Health Counselor and Certified Hypnotherapist at A Better Life - Spiritual Counseling and Hypnosis. Dana also served as Substance Abuse Counselor at Hanley Hall, Choices Substance Abuse, Drug Court, and Ft. Pierce Jail. Moreover, Dana has worked as Executive Administrative Assistant at Parkside Community Mental Health and hired as Lead Child Protection Case Manager at Florida Department of Children and Families.
Dana's expertise includes providing guidance and support to those suffering from alcohol and drug addiction. She has experience in conducting hypnotherapy and spiritual counseling to individuals with substance abuse-related issues. Apart from providing counseling to individuals, she has worked as a Case Manager helping families with issues related to child welfare and protection. Dana's philosophy revolves around fostering a positive and supportive environment so that individuals can achieve complete recovery from addiction.