Daniel Clark completed his Master of Counselling degree through City University of Seattle (Edmonton program). Daniel has always valued working with others. Prior to being a Provisional Psychologist, Daniel has always worked in humanities/service industry which has enhanced communication and teamwork skills.
Daniel brings a patient, genuine and empathetic nature to everything that he does. In counselling, Daniel comes from a person-centred and collaborative perspective. Daniel has deep respect and compassion for those he works with. He utilizes techniques from Narrative Therapy and Solution Focused, as well as having an appreciation for techniques found in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Dialectical Behavioural Therapy. Daniel is also trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) for survivors of traumatic experiences. Daniel recognizes that diversity is a huge component of a client’s identity and incorporates this into all his sessions.
Daniel has a passion for working with children, families, and seniors. Daniel has experience in working with children with emotional and behavioural challenges, particularly from a school perspective.
Daniel is highly skilled working with the following areas:
- Emotional Regulation
- School Transitions/Issues
- Sense of Self/Identity
- Life Transitions & Changes