Daniel Grosser, LMHC
Daniel completed his bachelors degree in Psychology with a minor in Biology from Saint Bonaventure University. He completed his masters degree in Mental Health Counseling from Medaille College. He is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor experienced in working with children, adolescents, and adults, providing individual counseling, group therapy, assessment, and consultation. His clinical experience includes case management, outpatient community mental health, residential programs, and inpatient psychiatric hospital rehabilitation programs. Some areas of practice that fall within his experience include: psychoeducation, coping skills, dialectical behavior therapy skills training, trauma, depression, anxiety, stress management, disabilities, adjustment, parent training, behavioral modification, autism, and applied behavior analysis.
Daniel’s eclectic approach includes humanistic, person centered, solution focused, and cognitive behavioral therapies. He values relational dynamics and connecting with people utilizing an individualized, strength based approach to empower and promote each person’s capacity to reflect, grow, and promote resiliency through difficulties and changes.