Nancy Dagenhart, M.A., MFT (license #33222) is a psychotherapist, teacher, and writer. She received her undergraduate degree in Business from Southern Oregon University and her graduate degree in Transpersonal Psychology from John F. Kennedy University in Orinda, California. Nancy integrates psychological, spiritual, and biological perspectives to provide effective and life-changing therapy for individuals and couples.
Nancy has a passion for the possible. She delights in helping individuals and couples live into their dreams.
Couples counseling is a rewarding investment in your relationship. Our work together will give you a safe place to identify and overcome obstacles to satisfying intimacy and connection. Often complaints, dissatisfactions and even deep wounding are the starting place for finding greater relational fulfillment. Together we will identify the underlying needs and impulses in difficult encounters and patterns of relating, transforming these struggles into positive possibilities.
Nancy has taught psychotherapy interns at Community Institute for Psychotherapy in San Rafael, California and at California Institute of Integral Counseling in San Francisco, California.She has been a featured speaker for the Marin Chapter of the California Association of Marriage Therapists, Westminster Presbyterian Church all church retreat, and First Congregational Church Berkeley couples group.For many years Nancy wrote a monthly column for the web magazine 50Fabulous.com.