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Dana Saunders, LPC

Dana Saunders has been in the professioanl counseling and coaching arena for over 20 years.  She specializes in meeting the needs of CEO or Senior Level Executives as well as professionals in the medical, legal, and sales industry.  Her clientele typically balance a demanding performanced based work environment with a busy family life.  Providing services, on their schedule and at their location, to executives and their family members is key to a balanced solution-focused outcome.


Dana is the founder of Keystone Counseling and Consulting and has over 24 years experience in the counseling and speaking fields. Dana brings a broad range of experience to her clients having worked in the Federal Prison System, as the Director of Outpatient Services at Hampton Behavioral Hospital, and most recently for 14 years in private practice with individuals and couples. Dana has extensive corporate consulting experience with companies such as Bosch, Amoco, and the US Forestry Service and speaks regularly at Fluor and General Electric. Dana received an undergraduate degree from The University of South Carolina and a Masters in Psychology from Chapman University. 


Jim Moran, LISW-CP

Jim has been a licensed social worker in South Carolina since 1996. Before starting private practice, he worked for 16 years at the Carolina Center for Behavioral Health as a therapist and as the Director of Program Services, overseeing both inpatient and outpatient programs and supervising a staff of 24 Master’s level clinicians. He has been a field instructor and adjunct faculty member for the MSW program of the University of South Carolina College of Social Work. Jim specializes in treating anxiety and mood disorders using Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. He also has a passion for helping people with chronic pain from Fibromyalgia, Back/Neck Pain, Migraine and other Headaches, IBS and Interstitial Cystitis. Jim has presented educational programs to a variety of organizations and groups, as well as local companies such as General Electric and the Shriner’s Hospital for Crippled Children. Jim received his Masters of Social Work from Fordham in 1993. 



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