Dan Romeo-White-web-staff
Dan Romeo-White, M.A., is honored to join the Narrative Counseling Center to see individuals, couples, and families. They ground themselves in curiosity and humility while holding space for life’s navigations. It is their belief that through connection and collaboration we can expand the stories we tell ourselves, and those which have been told to us. Dan utilizes a trauma-informed approach, which prioritizes clients’ agency, autonomy, and identity. They hold a master’s in clinical psychology from Antioch University Los Angeles, and have experience in the fields of creative arts; somatic practices; social justice; and the service industry. Dan completed their initial training at Colors LGBTQ+ Youth Counseling Center, working with queer, trans, and gender expansive young adults. Dan is committed to lifelong learning, and to providing support for the impact of living amongst oppressive dominant discourses and systems. Their work is stigma-free, sex-positive, kink-aware, sex-work-aware, poly/ENM affirming, and 2SLGBTQIA+ affirming. Dan works at NCC under the supervision of Lucy Cotter and can be reached at 213-222-6032 or danromeowhite@gmail.com.