About Dr. Royce
Dr. Dana Royce received her B.A. from University of Richmond and her Ph.D. from the University of Palo Alto, affiliated with Stanford University, in Palo Alto, California. Her dissertation involved older adults dealing with spousal loss. She now specializes in gerontology, and helps older people feel positive again. Dr. Royce has extensive experience helping patients deal with loss, depression, memory loss, anxiety, and changes during the aging process through cognitive behavioral therapy. Dr. Royce is also trained in meditation and uses other mindfulness techniques when they are appropriate to help clients improve their mood. She has done extensive work with cancer patients at UCONN in Farmington, Connecticut. In addition, Dr. Royce has worked with various health or medical issues, including teaching smoking cessation at the VA Hospital in Connecticut, and is able to help patients stop smoking, lose weight, begin exercise regiments, and find ways to assist with chronic pain.
Dana Royce, Ph.D. trained in various settings including community clinics, veteran’s hospitals and long-term care facilities. Throughout her clinical training that included post-doctoral training in 2002, Dr. Royce has worked with many mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual difficulties.
Dr. Royce provides caring, professional counseling in her private office. She works with adults and older adults and is currently accepting new patients. Her office is on the first floor and is equipped for individuals who are disabled.