Dayna Webb, MA, LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor)
Over the past decade, I have worked primarily as a family counselor in Early Intervention, working with families who have young children with developmental delays or disabilities.
I am qualified to provide Reflective Supervision/Consultation (RS/C) to Bachelors- and Masters-prepared Infant Family Specialist and Infant Mental Health Specialist Endorsement applicants in Colorado. I am honored to be able to provide Reflective Supervision to those in the process of getting these Infant Mental Health Endorsements®. I really look forward to connecting with you.
As a counselor, I have supported biological parents, adoptive parents, foster parents, single parents, teen parents, and grandparents raising grandchildren. I have worked with individuals, couples, teens, children, toddlers, and infants.
I received a Master of Arts Degree in Counseling and Human Services from The University of Colorado, at Colorado Springs, in 2009. I received my professional counseling license (Licensed Mental Health Counselor) first in Washington state, after completing 3,000 hours of supervised counseling work. I have a current counseling license in Colorado (Licensed Professional Counselor), under which I practice now. I also hold a professional membership with the Colorado Association of Infant Mental Health (CoAIMH).
Having this niche area of experience has given me a specialty in working with families with young children. I have supported parents with family dynamic issues, behavior concerns, sleep problems, and other issues that affect the stress and well-being of the whole family. I have seen firsthand how one person’s struggles affect the whole family, and I am passionate about helping families to have the resources and strategies they need to support each other to get to a place of health and happiness.