Daniel is an MSW, LICSW who has been working in the mental health field since 1999. He offers a safe, inclusive and non-judgmental environment for clients of a variety of ages and backgrounds. While providing care for individuals and couples, he takes an active role in the therapeutic relationship to challenge clients to change. Daniel has a special interest and experience working with teenagers and young adults, adolescents with Learning Differences, couples, crisis intervention, and men’s health. Daniel is also qualified to provide Clinical Supervision to Clinical Social Workers and other therapists.
Before completing the MSW program at Simmons School of Social Work, Daniel earned his BA in Psychology from Christopher Newport University in Virginia. He has since worked in a variety of settings: Crisis teams, emergency rooms, special education schools, group homes, inpatient psychiatric units, also a day hospital, prison system, outpatient clinic, and private practice and home visiting
Basing his work from a foundation of the Strengths Perspective, Daniel uses a combination of evidenced based models and techniques such as: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Collaborate Problem Solving (CPS), Narrative Therapy, Structural Therapy, Psychodyamics, Existential Therapy, Mindfulness and Systems Theory.