Danita Morales Ramos, LPC
Danita Morales Ramos is a licensed professional counselor (LPC) with a passion for empowering her clients to overcome depression and other mood disorders. She uses techniques centered around cognitive-behavioral and brief solution-focused principles. She believes that everyone who seeks treatment can be successful at meeting their goals with the proper facilitation and encouragement. Danita has experience working with individuals who suffer from mood disorders, substance abuse problems, and marital and familial conflict. She works with children, adolescents, and adults.
Danita graduated from Saint Leo University in 2005 with a bachelor of arts degree in Psychology. She also earned a master of arts degree in Professional Counseling from Liberty University and a master of science degree in Applied Psychology from Walden University. She is a current doctoral candidate at Walden University in the Clinical Psychology Program. She completed her practicum at Genesis Counseling Center for the doctoral studies as a psychometrician. In addition to her educational qualifications, Danita has more than 14 years of experience working in the mental health field as a therapist, substance abuse counselor, and clinical supervisor. She has extensive experience working with the military population through their employee assistance program.
Danita is a wife and mother of four, who loves to travel when she is not studying. She also is an elder and teacher at her church. She also teaches psychology courses as an adjunct professor at two local colleges.
Specialties: Ages 5 and up, women issues, depression, anxiety, other mood disorders, ADHD, couples counseling and family therapy, communication skills, anger, life transition/stressors, military families, workplace issues and general issues.