Daniel's clinical work focuses on clients who may be neurodiverse (Autism/ADHD), men's issues, and those facing chronic illnesses and pain. He has extensive experience working within higher education settings with college students and with those diagnosed with HIV/AIDS. He uses a psychodynamic perspective with focus on the everyday symbols and narratives which construct individuals lives. Daniel has received post-graduate training in cognitive behavioral therapy and trauma interventions.
Masters in Social Work, Clinical Concentration: Fordham Graduate School of Social Service