Daniel Crow, Ph.D., is a graduate student in the Masters of Arts in Counseling Program at Wake Forest University. He is completing his Practicum/Internship Requirement at Matone Counseling and Testing.
Before transitioning to a career in counseling, Daniel completed a doctorate in philosophy from the University of Wisconsin at Madison and served as a Philosophy Instructor at numerous universities. During his time teaching, Daniel learned that he enjoyed counseling his students more than lecturing them. After volunteering for three years as a crisis counselor, Daniel decided to become a professional therapist.
In his work, Daniel draws from multiple theoretical orientations including Person-Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Depth Psychology, and Existential Psychotherapy.
Daniel is open to working with anyone and is especially interested in life transitions, decision-making, career counseling, highly sensitive persons, depression and anxiety, self-esteem, spirituality and religious identity, and men’s issues.
Click here to read some of Daniel’s articles.