BA Philosophy, MSc. Addiction Psychology and Counselling.
After completing his degree in philosophy and seeing how both Western and Eastern philosophy had helped him, Daniel became increasingly interested in finding ways to use philosophical wisdom in helping others overcome obstacles to living their version of a fulfilling and meaningful life.
Daniel currently works in private practice. He also manages the addiction treatment service in a women’s prison and has a number of years of experience working with offenders within the prison system in both one to one and group situations. Although at times challenging and demanding, working with a complex client group has provided Daniel with a strong set of therapeutic skills and professional experience.
Daniel holds a master’s degree in addiction psychology and has carried out research within the prisons on the effect of mindfulness in managing depression, anxiety and managing cravings and impulses.
Daniel’s strengths lie in his ability to make people feel supported and comfortable whilst remaining committed to the importance of a strong therapeutic relationship.
Dan charges £80 per session for individuals and £120 for couples.