Deanna Sack, LSCSW, LCP

Deanna is a Licensed Specialist Clinical Social Worker and a Licensed Clinical Psychotherapist. She received her Master’s in Clinical Psychology from Pittsburg State University and her Master’s in Social Work from the University of Kansas. Prior to joining Responsive Centers in January 2004 she worked for 9 years in an area Community Mental Health Center , with six of them as the Director of Children and Family Services.

Deanna is trained to work with people of all ages with many different types of needs. She has significant experience and enjoys working with adolescents. She is trained in the areas of behavior disorders, mood disorders, childhood mood disorders, family issues, abuse/trauma, anxiety/OCD, ADHD, attachment and pervasive developmental disorders. In the past she created and facilitated an educational program about parenting during and after divorce entitled PROUD (Parent Responsibilities of Understanding Divorce). Her practice is primarily therapy with individuals and their families.

 

 

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Responsive Centers for Psychology and Learning
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