Dasmier Mason, LPC
Dasmier Mason is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Virginia. Dasmier’s approach to therapy is based on the foundations of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Interpersonal Therapy. She has worked with a wide population of clients to include children, adolescents, adults, and couples. She is interested in serving of clients with various concerns to include mood disorders, eating disorders, OCD, trauma, and relationship difficulties. Dasmier is passionate about helping her clients through motivation, identifying their personal strengths, and setting achievable goals from a holistic perspective.
Dasmier graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a minor in Geography from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She earned her Master of Arts in Professional Counseling from Liberty University in 2019. Her graduate studies focused on clinical counseling and faith integration for clients who desire a Christian faith-based approach. During her practicum and internship, Dasmier served at a private practice where she conducted individual and group therapy to treat concerns with substance use, mood, and trauma under the supervision. She also served as a Registered Behavior Technician and provided in-home Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) therapy. ABA therapy is a behavior-focused therapy for client with autism. Dasmier served as a Resident in Counseling at Genesis where she administered psychometric assessments and served as a counselor at the Lackey Clinic.
Originally from North Carolina, Dasmier was raised in a military family and is a military spouse. She understands the difficulties and often uncertain challenges that military service members and their families face. Dasmier likes to spend time with her husband and their dog and deepening her relationship with Christ. She can often be found binge watching new shows, baking, reading, being time outdoors, traveling, and her latest hobby is horticulture.
Specialties: Anxiety, depression, trauma, ADHD and military family issues.