Daniel received his Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of South Carolina and Bachelor’s degree in Behavioral Science from Utah Valley University. Daniel has worked for several years with adolescents in residential and outpatient treatment facilities working with teens struggling with autistic spectrum and learning disorders, oppositional defiance, mood disorders, as well as problematic sexual behaviors and sexual abuse. Daniel has special training in DBT from the Linehan Institute as well as training in Equine Assisted Therapy and Sand Tray therapy. Daniel’s passion for helping families and individuals is instrumental in helping them rebuild and strengthen their relationships. He enjoys working with his students, parents and families to facilitate the creation of an individualized treatment plan that leads to successful improvements in the lives of the young ladies and families he works with.
Daniel is originally from South Carolina and currently lives in Spanish Fork, Utah near the mountains and lakes which he enjoys so much. Daniel enjoys singing, playing the drums/guitar, and playing/watching sports. Most of all, however, he enjoys spending time with his family as a loving husband and father of three children.