Dana Harron Psy.D.
Dana Harron, Psy.D., is a psychologist in Washington DC. She is the founder and director of Monarch Wellness & Psychotherapy, a practice that specializes in mind/body problems such as eating disorders, anxiety, trauma, fertility issues, and depression. She enjoys working with couples and helping partners individually to understand these issues, find healthy boundaries and clarify communications. Harron completed her doctorate at Widener University’s Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology, where she was also the recipient of the Neubauer community service scholarship and the IGCP Empathy and Caring Award. She completed internships at the Renfrew Center and the Belmont Center, both in Philadelphia. She has since engaged in professional activities ranging from co-leadership of a unit at the state hospital of Delaware to college counseling. Harron has also lectured at Temple University, the American Psychological Association, and George Washington University, where she serves as associate clinical faculty. She is the author of Loving Someone with an Eating Disorder: Understanding, Supporting and Connecting with your Partner and currently divides her time between speaking, writing, supervision and clinical work.