Karen Daley, MA, LMFT

Hakomi Teacher-in-Training

Karen Daley is honored to be traveling with others on their journey…toward wholeness. She uses the Hakomi principles and practices as a container for her work as a licensed psychotherapist (LMFT 106479). Alongside twenty years of experience in the field of community mental health, she also brings ten years as a senior leadership trainer/organization development consultant with AmeriCorps and various other non-profits.

Karen co-created and for four years directed the Resilience Clinic at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland, where the goal was to partner with families and build on their own knowledge by introducing both caregiver and child to nervous-system regulation and tracking, to mitigate the effects of stress.

She believes in collaboration and the power of equanimity as we deepen our awareness and understanding of our own social location as well as the social location of others. Karen believes in the transformative power of the Hakomi Method to facilitate deep healing both on an individual and a collective level.

When not with others, Karen can be found tending her garden or going on long walks.