Dale Garson, M.Ed, LCSW
Dale is a psychotherapist with special interest in the intimate and professional challenges that women and men – face, given the distortions that our patriarchal culture creates in all areas of living.
In private practice since 2002, Dale’s diverse professional experiences – as a teacher, artist, executive, and healer – allow her to bring multiple perspectives, both intuitive and practical, to her work. Trained as a special needs educator, her first career was as a teacher and as the organizer/director of a day care center. Later in her career, Dale was a nonprofit executive and organized multi-generational service trips to Haiti and Central America. With her passion for visual expression, she also brings an artistic/creative sensibility and understanding to her work with clients.
A 2002 graduate of the Widener School of Social Work, Dale is trained in Imago Relationship Therapy, EMDR (Levels 1 and 2), and Neuro Emotional Technique. Her practice includes adults, adolescents, couples, and families.
Dale is a wife, mother and – more recently – a grandmother.