Dominique Hollis, MSW
LCSW Intern, Family & Mindfulness Practitioner
I joined the Center for Grief and Trauma Therapy based on a growing passion for supporting clients dealing with grief and trauma. Having dedicated the past 3 years of my life to developing the skills to cope, process, and integrate grief; I’m excited to progress in my clinical development to continue to offer treatment that is person-centered and addresses the whole person.
Searching for adequate and appropriate mental health support can be challenging. I am glad your search brought you here. I am passionate about helping clients tap into their inner strengths and experience more fulfillment in their lives. With every client, I aim to foster a safe and supportive environment to assist them in navigating grief, trauma, anxiety, depression, relationship challenges, adjustment issues, ADHD, and I/DD. I have experience working with a range of populations from adolescence to late adulthood. I provide individual and family therapy using a variety of therapy techniques, integrative of cognitive-behavioral and humanistic theories. I focus on addressing the whole person using various methods such as talk therapy, meditation, yoga, play therapy, etc.
Yoga has been a significant part of my somatic processing of grief, trauma, and compounded stress. I have practiced yoga for 18 years, beginning at the age of 15. As a yoga teacher, I specialize in trauma-conscious yoga to focus on the body’s reactions and address the presence of trauma within the body. Combining my passion for supporting others on their healing journey with a depth of experience and training; together, we can help you to improve your well-being holistically.
- Grief and Trauma
- Suicide and Risk Assessment
- Youth and Community Development
- Trauma Conscious Yoga
- Children Yoga
- Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Parent-Child Interaction Therapy
- Anger, Anxiety, Depression, and Stress
- I/DD and ASD
- Youth, Adolescents, Adults, and Families
- University of Michigan – Master’s of Social Work
- University of West Georgia – BFA (Bachelor’s of Fine Arts) Art Education and BS (Bachelor’s of science) in cultural and prehistoric anthropology