DANA L. KLINE,
CLINICAL AND DEPTH PSYCHOLOGY
PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSISSTANT, PSB94042018
Dana L. Kline is completing her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Depth Psychology, and holds her M.A. in Counseling Psychology both from Pacifica Graduate Institute.
Dana has clinical training and experience in community mental health, residential treatment centers, and private practice treating individuals struggling with trauma, mood and personality disorders expressed in a range of symptoms.
Her pre-doctoral training included interning at the Jung Institute Los Angeles.
Using both Jungian and psychoanalytic perspectives with a relational approach, she works with adults to examine how unconscious aspects of oneself can be made conscious, thus leading to a more engaging, meaningful life.
She has presented at the International Forum for Psychoanalytic Education and is currently researching archetypal themes and the phenomenological experiences of retired NFL athletes for her doctoral dissertation.
She is supervised under Pilar Sumalpong, Ph.D. PSY27891.