Daniel has experience working within inpatient hospital settings and various university healthcare centers, such as The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and CU Boulder's campus medical centers. Daniel has experience conducting individual and group psychotherapy, crisis intervention, campus outreach events and psychological evaluations with diverse college students.
Daniel approaches treatment with students from a contemporary psychodynamic framework while also drawing upon interpersonal, behavioral, feminist-relational, multicultural, Adlerian and social constructivist models. Daniel aims to understand students through their unique developmental context, as well as ascertain how they position themselves in relation to others and construct meaning in their lives.
In addition, Daniel has extensive experience working with college students from sexual and gender minority identities, with a special interest in working with transgender and gender non-conforming youth and young adults. Daniel sits on CU Boulder's Transgender Care Team to better advocate for transgender and gender non-conforming students. He is also a liaison to the Center for Inclusion & Social Change.
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Areas of interest
Sexual diversity issues, transgender and gender non-conforming care, identity development, relationship issues, attachment, social justice, depression and anxiety, women’s and feminist issues, PTSD/complex trauma, adolescent and young adult issues, self-growth, racial/ethnic minority identity issues and community psychology.