In addition, as a Clinical Psychologist, Daniel is experienced in providing specialist consultancy, support, supervision, and training to professional staff teams around themes of mental health and substance misuse.
Daniel has a warm, empathetic and gentle therapeutic style, which facilitates him in building strong therapeutic relationships with the people that he works with. Daniel holds the individual at the heart of his clinical practice and works in a collaborative way to develop a shared understanding of the issue. He believes that the individual is the expert of their own experience and that everyone has the potential to make change with the right support.
Daniel likes to work in an integrative and client-focussed way, as he understands that there is no therapy approach which fits all individuals. His work is underpinned by a number of psychological models and theories, including, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), community psychology, systemic approaches and motivational interviewing.
Daniel is registered with the Health Care Professionals Council (membership number PYL04589) and is a Chartered member of the British Psychological Society (membership number 151804).