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Monica Urbaniak

 

Monica L. Urbaniak, LMFT-S

Monica L. Urbaniak works as a Consultant, Trainer, and Clinician and for over eighteen years has worked with survivors of trauma, helping them heal through therapy and support. Ms. Urbaniak also dedicates her time to training clinicians, advocates, and community members on issues related to sexual violence. These issues include effective treatment practices, principles of trauma-informed survivor-centered care, the impact of trauma on survivors and systems, and social/cultural issues in sexual assault treatment and advocacy.  In addition to her previous role as a clinical director, Ms. Urbaniak is a community advocate and activist for the rights of sexual assault survivors.  She has held several leadership positions including an officer for the Dallas County Sexual Assault Coalition, a founding board member of the Dallas Area Rape Crisis Center, and a former President of the Board of the Texas Association Against Sexual Assault. In 2014, Monica was awarded The Profiles in Leadership Award at the Southern Methodist University Women’s Symposium for her significant impact on the city of Dallas and on the quality of life for women overall. Ms. Urbaniak holds a Master of Science Degree from New Mexico State University and is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Board Approved Supervisor.

Monica L. Urbaniak, LMFT-S 

Monica is a Consultant, Trainer, and Clinician specializing in sexual assault and trauma. For over eighteen years, Monica has worked with survivors of trauma, helping them heal through therapy and support. Monica also provides training and consultation to clinicians, organizations, and community groups towards ensuring that services are client-centered and trauma informed. Monica is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Board Approved Supervisor. She has held several leadership positions including an officer for the Dallas County Sexual Assault Coalition, a founding board member of the Dallas Area Rape Crisis Center, and a former President of the Board of the Texas Association Against Sexual Assault.

In 2014, Monica was awarded The Profiles in Leadership Award at the Southern Methodist University Women’s Symposium for her significant impact on the city of Dallas and on the quality of life for women overall.  and has held various leadership positions in the community.