Dana Hoehn, PsyD, LP
Post-Doctoral Training and Fellowship: Pediatric Psychology, Minnesota Epilepsy Group, PA, Minnesota
Pre-doctoral Internship: Clinical Child/Pediatric Psychology, Baylor Scott & White Health, Texas
Doctoral Training: Clinical Psychology, Pacific University, Oregon
Master’s Degree: Clinical Psychology, Pacific University, Oregon
Bachelor’s Degree: University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Licensure: Licensed Psychologist
Dr. Hoehn is a Licensed Psychologist with a specialization in pediatric/clinical child psychology. Throughout her training and practice, she has sought and enjoyed opportunities to work within multidisciplinary settings. Dr. Hoehn believes this comprehensive approach to care helps to promote the child’s overall health and well-being.
Dr. Hoehn primarily utilizes the evidence-based psychotherapy techniques of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Behavioral Therapy in her work with children and families. These methods emphasize the use of skills training and proactive interventions to promote healthier and more effective thoughts, behaviors and emotions. In addition to working with the child or teen, Dr. Hoehn believes that providing support and consultation to parents, as appropriate and indicated, can be a vital component of intervention. Throughout the therapy process, Dr. Hoehn strives to provide a safe and comfortable environment and emphasizes collaboration with the child and family to tailor interventions to their unique needs.
In her free time, Dr. Hoehn enjoys spending time with her family and friends, traveling, staying active, and cheering on the Minnesota Gopher’s hockey team.
SPECIAL CLINICAL INTERESTS
Disruptive Behavior Disorders
Parent and Family Skills Training
Psychological Problems Related to Medical Disorders (Acute and Chronic Illness)
Adherence to Medical Regimen
Interpersonal Therapy for Adolescent Depression Offered via the University of Minnesota Adolescent Psychotherapy Study
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