Ebonie Lovell-Dancy is a dedicated graduate student pursuing a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at National University. With a bachelor’s degree in psychology and an associate’s in education studies, Ebonie brings a diverse academic background to her therapeutic journey.
Ebonie works with children, teens and adults struggling with trauma, depression, low self esteem, generalized anxiety, stress, emotional dysregulation, and sexual abuse. Ebonie’s work with couples focuses on intimacy/sex concerns, infidelity/affair recovery, family of origin exploration, premarital counseling, and navigating separation, divorce, and blended family challenges.
Ebonie’s experience as an educator has profoundly shaped her approach. Through her work, she has developed a unique ability to connect with children and their families, fostering skills in active listening, empathy, and understanding diverse needs. This educational background equips her to create a nurturing and supportive therapeutic environment for all clients, building trust and collaboration.
Ebonie is deeply passionate about fostering healthy relationships, promoting communication, and supporting individuals and families on their journey toward emotional well-being.
Ebonie firmly believes that everyone has a story. She is passionate about utilizing Narrative Therapy to work with individuals, couples, and families, recognizing that some stories shouldn’t define who we are. Her commitment to this therapeutic approach reflects a belief in the power of storytelling to shape and reframe personal narratives, empowering clients to navigate and transform their life experiences. Dedicated to helping individuals, couples and families cultivate healthy relationships, effective communication, and personal healing, Ebonie offers reduced rates and flexible scheduling to meet the unique needs of each of her clients.