Dan Foss, LMHC-A

Hello, my name is Daniel Foss. I am currently licensed as an associate LMHC. I have completed my master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling and am accruing the additional hours required for full private licensure as required by the Department of Health. During this time, I am supervised and have clinical consultation with Nichole Seymanski Psy. D.

It is not my intention as your counselor to presume I know your answers. Through a non-judgmental person-centered, multi-modal approach, my aim is to build trust so that together we may find the strength that is within you; to overcome the barriers that you face in your life that are hampering you from living the full life that you are seeking. I have an extensive background in health care and appreciate the connection of whole-body wellness to mental health. In therapy I utilize strategies of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and mindfulness-based stress reduction with a focus on psychoeducation, as the skills from therapy are for you to take with you. 

I have provided therapy to adults over the age of 18 years old experiencing:

Depression

Relationship struggles

Gender dysphoria

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity disorder

Anxiety

Bi-Polar disorder

Schizoaffective disorder 

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder 

Grief and abandonment 

As a counselor I am continuing my education in practice and that means that we will not only utilize tenets of well-established therapies. We will also pursue and research the most recent therapies that may be beneficial in helping with why you are seeking therapy. As a team much can be accomplished. 

About Dan:

I have been married for 30-years and have raised 4 children who are living full lives of their own while providing me 6 grandchildren. I truly enjoy the interactions that are possible with others and spending time with others, whether family or in health care, this is the reason I pursued counseling as a profession. Being with others is universally human and helping others be what they want to be is a pleasure for me. I also enjoy experiencing nature through hiking, camping, and meditative practices while in my environment.