Dana Poli Labulis

NJ Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (License # 37FI00177700)

Dana Poli Labulis began working as a Clinical Associate at The Relationship Center in April 2014. She has been a Marriage & Family Therapist for more than five years, specializing in working with couples and families in each developmental stage of life. Dana is committed to working with individuals and couples to help them develop the skills they need to improve their functioning within their family as well as their significant relationships.

Dana joins The Relationship Center with a strong background in family systems therapy, individual, marital, and family counseling. She received her undergraduate degree in Psychology at Ramapo College of New Jersey, and her Master’s of Marriage and Family Therapy at Seton Hall University.  She lives with her husband in Monmouth County.

Curriculum Vitae

Dana Poli Labulis, M.S., LMFT
(License # 37FI00177700)
State Licenses and Membership in Professional Associations
MFT Permit in NJ, American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT)
License of Marriage and Family Therapy (LMFT), New Jersey #37FI00177700
Education
Seton Hall University
South Orange, NJ (2009-2012)
Marriage and Family Therapy M.S. Summa Cum Laude

Ramapo College
Mahwah, NJ (2005-2009)
Psychology, B.S., Cum Laude
Experience
Marriage and Family Therapist
Central Jersey Counseling Center, Somerset/Florham Park, NJ
2012- Present

Providing individual and couples therapy, focusing on the dynamics and interpersonal patterns in relationships and meeting the goals of clients in improving their lives and said relationships, developing healthy communication and building trust using interpersonal, solution focused, and multigenerational theory and techniques.
Marriage and Family Therapist
At Home Marital and Family Counseling, LLC, Monmouth and Middlesex counties, East Brunswick, NJ
2012- Present

Independent Consultant
Providing individual, couple, and family therapy contracted through the Division of Child Protection & Permanency (DCPP, formally DYFS). Working therapeutically with adults, adolescents, and children while also facilitating professional communication with the DCPP organization and case workers through case notes, six week reports, and verbal discussions.
Marriage and Family Therapist Intern
Community Education Centers, Delaney Hall & Logan Hall, Newark, NJ
2010-2012 (500 Clinical Internship Hours)

Family Services program- provided individual, couple, and family therapy for incarcerated residents and their partners and families. Facilitated group therapy for the Fatherhood Initiative nationwide research study as well as assisted in developing the Committed Couples group therapy curriculum. Interacted with residents and encouraged familial connections and positive therapeutic experiences.
Adolescent Psychology Seminar Intern
Suffern Middle School, Suffern, NY
02/2008-05/2008 (80 Hour Internship)

Worked specifically with adolescents in the AVID program, observed classes and assisted students with class work, organizational skills, and social skills. Also worked directly with school psychologists in various settings with students. Researched and completed an extensive thesis on the psychology of cliques in the middle school setting and the psychological effect on adolescent’s self-esteem.
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