Dan has 20 years of experience in the field. He obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology in 1995 followed by a Masters of Science Degree in Psychology (Clinical) in 1997 and has been working in various parts of the field ever since.
His desire to help people and curiosity about different ways to improve people’s lives is what drew him to the field. This curiosity has led to him working in several areas of psychology over the years. His experience includes individual, group, family and couples counseling. This openness to new adventures has also led to him living in the USA, Australia, and Singapore.
Dan has expertise in couples counseling; stress; drug & alcohol counseling; career planning; expat adjustment; post-separation parenting; as well as treating anxiety and mood disorders.
Dan has worked in a variety of settings, including national organizations, outpatient therapy centers, inpatient hospitals, and residential treatment facilities.
Dan has taught at both the university and high school level. He has also provided clinical supervision and conducted professional development seminars for other therapists for many years.
Dan’s professional credentials include: Master of Science Degree in Psychology (Clinical), Registered Psychologist (AU), Member of Australian Psychological Society, Member Australian Association of Psychologists Inc, Licensed Professional Counselor (USA), Nationally Certified Counselor (USA), Board Certified-TeleMental Health Provider, Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, Certified Addictions Informed Mental Health Professional, Member Singapore Association for Counselling, and is a Member of the Singapore Psychological Society. Dan is also a Board-Approved Supervisor with the Psychology Board of Australia (PsyBA) for those seeking Registration as a Psychologist.
Dan has a relaxed and approachable demeanor that clients often find comforting & helps them feel at ease while dealing with difficult issues. This is a consistent part of his therapeutic style regardless of the issues being addressed.