Works with: Children, Parents, Individuals, Groups
Specializes in: Anxiety, Depression, Substance Use Issues, Social Skills Impairments, Anger Management/Emotion Regulation, School related concerns, Self-esteem, Transitions, Personal Development, PTSD, Trauma, Grief & Loss, Suicidality
Daniel is a student at Dallas Theological Seminary (DC Campus), pursuing a Master’s degree in counseling. He is actively pursuing a professional counseling license in Virginia, and has experience working with individuals and groups, using a range of therapeutic approaches – including cognitive behavioral therapy, narrative therapy, person-centered therapy, and existential therapy – along with Biblical approaches for Christian clients. He seeks to help those who currently feel “stuck” become “unstuck” and work to discover and pursue meaningful goals, dreams, and calling for their lives.
Being a second-generation son of Korean immigrants, Daniel also has a special interest in exploring race, culture, ethnicity, religion and spirituality, and their wide-reaching effects on mental health, professional life, family/relationship dynamics, and more.
Prior to studying counseling, Daniel led an instructional design team, developing and delivering enterprise-wide technical training for a large federal government client. He has experience supporting and implementing organizational change efforts, and is especially interested in leadership development, professional communication, and career coaching.
Clinical approaches: Mindfullness, CBT, Solution Focused, Narrative Therapy, Person-Centered, Existential
Pursuing M.A. from Dallas Theological Seminary