Daniel believes that therapy is not only about minimizing and reducing symptoms but also that it is a journey of self-exploration and of understanding where our symptoms originate from. Daniel will help you better understand and clarify your relationship with yourself, your relationships with others, and your life experiences and struggles. He believes therapy helps us to derive meaning from what we believe to be meaningless, therefore decreasing our symptoms of anxiety and depression and aiding us grow into individuals who can confront life in all its forms. Daniel specializes working with older adolescents, anxiety, ADHD, existential concerns, bereavement, and loss, crisis of meaning, and relationship issues. Daniel received his Master’s in clinical mental health counseling from the City University of New York–College of Staten Island. Currently Daniel is pursuing a Doctorate in Counseling Psychology,
Psy.D from Felician University.