Canfield, East Liverpool, Salem, TELEHEALTH
He specializes in Anxiety, Depression, Stress Management, Anger Management, Psychosis and Mood Disorders. With his experience as a pastor for 15 years, he can also offer insight from a Christian perspective, but will only do this upon request.
Dave holds a Master of Science in Education Degree from Youngstown State University and Bachelor of Arts Degree in Christian Studies. He is a member of the American Counseling Association and Chi Sigma Iota.
When asked what he’s awesome at, Dave replied, “Cognitive Therapy – the concept that it’s not something that happens that makes us feel a strong emotion or behave a certain way, but how we perceive what has happened that leads to our emotion and behavior – has fascinated me since I first read about it in grad school. I thrive when I can work with people who are honest about what they think and why and are willing to put the work in to discover their thoughts that lead to their good, and not-so-good, behaviors. The non-judgemental approach always wins, and I think that this comes naturally to me in clinical work. We were told in grad school that a client’s hope that there can be change is the biggest factor in whether they will get well. I love that! I believe you can make the big changes that you want to see in yourself, and I’d love to help you get to where you want to be.”
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