Dana Lerner: Attachment & Grief - Part 1
Today, Karen welcomes Dana Lerner for part one of their conversation about attachment and grief. Part two will be released on Tuesday, April 11th.
Dana Lerner is a graduate of the Columbia School of Social Work and the Four Year Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy training program at the Institute For Contemporary Psychotherapy. She’s been in private practice in New York City for over 25 years and works with Individuals, Couples and Families treating Anxiety Disorders, Depression, OCD, Bereavement, and PTSD. Dana is trained in Modern Analytic Group Therapy and runs groups for trauma survivors and bereaved adults.
Dana is also a founding member of Families For Safe Streets (FSS) which confronts the epidemic of traffic violence through advocacy and emotional support. In 2015 she created CooperStock’sWay.org, a non profit 501C3 that raises money for children in need. The organization is named for her late son Cooper, a victim of traffic violence at the age of nine.