Holly Schweitzer Dunn

Holly Schweitzer Dunn

Holly Schweitzer Dunn, MSW, LISW

Co-founder &Therapist
Holly Schweitzer Dunn is a Licensed Independent Social Worker who holds a Master’s degree in Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University.

Upon completion of her Master’s degree in Social Work, Holly began her work providing mental health services to children. She transitioned to home-based family therapy and school based therapy in Charlottesville, VA. After moving to Los Angeles, CA, Holly became actively involved in the provision of residential treatment to youth as well as continuing her work with school-based treatment. Holly has spent her first five years in the Findlay area providing a diverse range of outpatient services in a local community mental health setting including outpatient counseling and group treatment.

Holly’s goal is to provide treatment that emphasizes the imperative nature of finding balance in all areas of life.

Currently Holly is focusing on youth, adult, and family treatments. She provides counseling for a variety of issues including eating disorders, sexual abuse/sexual trauma, self-esteem difficulties, depression, anxiety, divorce transitions, adjustment disorders, and grief work. Holly is a trained EMDR provider who utilizes a strength-based, solution-focused approach using cognitive behavioral, sensorimotor, and motivational techniques to assist people in making positive changes in their lives.

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Landon Dunn

Landon Dunn

Landon Dunn, LISW, LICDC

Co-founder &Therapist

Landon Dunn is a Licensed Independent Social Worker and Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor who holds a Master’s degree in Social Work from Ohio State University and a Master’s degree in Psychology and Theology from Fuller Seminary in Pasadena, California.

Landon’s career has centered on providing balanced and holistic care. He believes in a multidisciplinary approach to wellness and works collaboratively with an established network of local providers.

His work with clients focuses on exploring meaning and revealing internal and external resources to overcome life’s stressors. Landon draws on his training and experience to alleviate suffering as well as promote health (Mind/Body/Spirit).

Landon has sought interesting and empirically promising models of psychotherapy. He has advanced training in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, Mindfulness and Meditative practices, and Addiction. His general practice of psychotherapy includes a wide variety of treatment issues (trauma, depression, anxiety, self-esteem, grief, marital conflict, life transitions, etc.) and serves clients with a wide range of backgrounds and beliefs.

By applying complementary therapy approaches that are individualized, he hopes to unearth long-standing patterns or negative perceptions that inhibit growth, as well as establish new life enriching practices that lead to health, both personally and relationally.

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