As Lead Family Therapist, Lana Matrizio works with family members to attend to the needs of the family as a whole as well as each individual so that they can move toward a healthy recovery. Her passion for enabling individuals and their families to find a way to recovery drives her work.
Using evidence-based therapies, such as cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavior therapy, along with trauma-informed practices, Lana develops trust and understanding to provide a space for family members to process and heal. She also offers substance use disorder and relapse prevention education.
Lana has more than 30 years of experience as a therapist in a variety of roles, most recently working with impaired professionals. She has also provided individual and group therapy for adults, young adults, adolescents, and families, and worked as a supervisor and case manager.
She has a Master of Arts in clinical psychology from Roosevelt University, Chicago, and a Master of Business Administration with a specialty in healthcare management from Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne. Her Bachelor of Science in clinical psychology is from Loyola University, Chicago.