Dan Wagner, MFT
I have been a psychotherapist for six years and work primarily with adults, adolescents, couples, and families. Most of my clients struggle with anxiety, depression, trauma, loss, relational conflict, and the complexities associated with life transitions.
I earned a Masters of Family Therapy as well as a BS in film/video. My background in documentary filmmaking has allowed me to approach therapy through a creative lens and to collaborate with my clients for them to become active observers in their own dynamic experiences. Utilizing a mindfulness-based approach, my work is geared to encourage clients to tune into their untapped competencies and explore creative ways of promoting self-awareness and healthy interactions with others. My belief is that what causes us to feel stuck may also provide opportunities for growth.
My therapeutic style is both warm and challenging. I offer a safe and validating space for expression while also providing encouragement and motivation for individual, relational, and spiritual growth. My experience working with individuals and families from varied cultural backgrounds allows me to understand the needs of clients from diverse backgrounds.
I welcome any questions you may have and can be reached by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 201-787-9754.