Daphne Fatter, Ph.D. (she/her) is a mid-career psychologist, who identifies as a White American specializing in addressing the multiple layers of trauma that we hold in our bodies including ancestral and collective trauma. Dr. Fatter is a certified Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapist, and clinical IFS consultant. She is also certified in EMDR and has completed advanced training in Cognitive Processing Therapy. She was awarded her doctorate in Counseling Psychology from The Pennsylvania State University and completed her clinical internship at the University of Tennessee Counseling Center. She completed a postdoctoral fellowship in Clinical Psychology at the Trauma Center, an affiliate of the Boston University School of Medicine, under the direct supervision of Dr. Bessel van der Kolk, MD. She has trained with Challenging Racism to facilitate discussions on racism and co-facilitated a Race Dialogues course at Penn State. She has used IFS, EMDR and Cognitive Processing therapy to address racial trauma among her clients at the Fort Worth Veteran Affairs Outpatient clinic and in her private practice in Dallas, Texas. As a certified ancestral medicine practitioner based on the work of Dr. Daniel Foor, Ph.D., she also guides clients to partner with ancestral guides in spirit for ancestral healing and for collective change. She is a current student of Resmaa Menakem’s practice of Somatic Abolitionism.