Dana Vitorelo is a core faculty member, guide, mentor, and Enneagram coach with The Human Potentialists (THP). Dana brings a grounded presence, and deep commitment to creating emotionally and psychologically safe spaces for individuals and teams to fully access their creativity, wholeness, and the deep well of resources available to support both individual and collective growth. She believes that each of us can learn to bring the totality of who we are with us, always, which invites others to do the same.
In addition to her work with THP, Dana is also a guide and faculty member with Enneagram Prison Project (EPP). In her capacity in both EPP and THP, she bears witness to the sacredness and suffering that we all experience as part of the human condition. Dana brings a deep understanding of the freedom accessible to all when we wake up to the inherent preciousness, perfection, and wisdom that is already alive within each of us. She finds immense joy working with clients to overcome barriers to communication, including holding space to resolve conflict, while also developing leadership through the cultivation of emotional intelligence.
Dana resides in the North Bay with her partner and dog Sophia. In her free time she is hanging out with family, stuffing her mind with new information, or simply enjoying the quiet and stillness of solitude.
Dana holds a B.A. in Psychology from Chapman University and M.A. in Depth Psychology from Sonoma State University. She is dual certified through The Narrative Enneagram and is an IEA Accredited Professional.