M.S. in Marriage and Family Therapy — Drexel University
B.S. in Family Science — University of Maryland-College Park
Dr. Winley works children and their families, individuals and couples with conflict. Dr. Winley has a passion for and commitment to working with children dealing with emotional and behavioral regulation difficulties, low self-esteem and identity development. Trained in Attachment Based Family Therapy, she seeks to repair attachment ruptures between children and parents and helping parents gain understanding into their child’s emotional developmental stage. Additionally, Dr. Winley works with families, individuals and couples to resolve conflicts, life transition issues and overall stress management.
In all these contexts, her understanding and sensitivity to multiculturalism and its impact on the therapeutic process is a major part of her work. Dr. Winley has worked in diverse communities and embraces the unique backgrounds each of her clients comes from. Her therapeutic approach includes incorporating several schools of therapy and tailoring interventions to best fit her clients. She is a member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT).
Winley, D. M., Ogbaselase, F. , Kodish, T. , Okunrounmu, E. and Krauthamer Ewing, E. S. (2016), Attachment‐Based Family Therapy for Teen Suicidality Complicated by a History of Sexual Trauma. Aust N Z J Fam Ther, 37: 177-189. doi:10.1002/anzf.1150