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Chandler Dunham

Chandler Dunham, LMSW

Chandler Dunham, LMSW​ - Provider at WholeHeart Psychotherapy

Chandler Dunham is a Licensed Master of Social Work. Chandler received her Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Oklahoma in 2019 and her Master of Social Work from the University of Denver in 2020. She loves to work with youth and adults who are coping with mental illness, eating disorders, and trauma using a holistic, compassionate, and strengths-based approach with a trauma-informed perspective.

Chandler offers Brainspotting and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as trauma processing tools. Having a certificate in Art Therapy, she also likes to get creative with clients.

Chandler enjoys helping clients recognize and challenge trauma-related stuck points and develop more self-awareness as to how their past traumas may be influencing their present while developing more mind-body connections.

Chandler offers counseling with the combination of genuine support and openness and the opportunity for healing through creative expression. She draws heavily from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), helping clients live in ways consistent with personal values while developing psychological flexibility, emotion regulation skills, and interpersonal effectiveness.

In addition to her work with WholeHeart, Chandler has served as a Lead Therapist at a residential treatment center for eating disorders in Atlanta where she conducted both individual and group therapy sessions. She has a passion for learning and getting curious, living life with an open mind and heart.

Chandler sees therapy as a partnership that can lead clients towards more self-awareness, connection, and growth. It is important to her that those she works with feel safe, respected, cared for, and challenged to grow. She greatly admires her clients for their courage to be vulnerable, and she views symptoms, imbalance, or conflict in our lives as an opportunity for curiosity and to make a change.

Pronouns | she, her, hers

Our wounds are often the openings into the best and most beautiful parts of us.
-David Richo

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Chandler Dunham, LMSW​ - Provider at WholeHeart Psychotherapy

Chandler Dunham, LMSW

Chandler Dunham is a Licensed Master of Social Work. Chandler received her Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Oklahoma in 2019 and her Master of Social Work from the University of Denver in 2020. She loves to work with youth and adults who are coping with mental illness, eating disorders, and trauma using a holistic, compassionate, and strengths-based approach with a trauma-informed perspective.

Chandler offers Brainspotting and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as trauma processing tools. Having a certificate in Art Therapy, she also likes to get creative with clients.

Chandler enjoys helping clients recognize and challenge trauma-related stuck points and develop more self-awareness as to how their past traumas may be influencing their present while developing more mind-body connections.

Chandler offers counseling with the combination of genuine support and openness and the opportunity for healing through creative expression. She draws heavily from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), helping clients live in ways consistent with personal values while developing psychological flexibility, emotion regulation skills, and interpersonal effectiveness.

In addition to her work with WholeHeart, Chandler has served as a Lead Therapist at a residential treatment center for eating disorders in Atlanta where she conducted both individual and group therapy sessions. She has a passion for learning and getting curious, living life with an open mind and heart.

Chandler sees therapy as a partnership that can lead clients towards more self-awareness, connection, and growth. It is important to her that those she works with feel safe, respected, cared for, and challenged to grow. She greatly admires her clients for their courage to be vulnerable, and she views symptoms, imbalance, or conflict in our lives as an opportunity for curiosity and to make a change.

Pronouns | she, her, hers

Our wounds are often the openings into the best and most beautiful parts of us.
-David Richo

Favorite Resources

Books:

Podcasts:

WholeHeart Psychotherapy

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Whole Heart Psychotherapy is an incredible practice of knowledgeable, compassionate, and ethical clinicians. As a therapist myself, it is important to establish relationships with other groups for networking, consultation, and collaborative purposes. I truly appreciate that I can trust the clinicians of Whole Heart to provide effective treatment to clients that I refer to their services. I also am grateful for the professional consultation and collaboration that is provided when working with shared cases or when seeking feedback. Whole Heart and its staff are always on my list of providers for outside referrals.
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