Daniel Reed, Psy.D
Daniel comes from the Chicagoland area and brings with him previous clinical experience working with underserved diverse urban and rural communities. Daniel’s clinical interests working with depression, anxiety, relationship struggles, LGBTQ+ topics, and complex trauma. He completed his doctoral internship at the PGCC during the 2018-2019 academic year and is working towards licensure in California.
Daniel’s clinical experience comes from working in a community counseling center as well as a Federally Qualified Health Center medical clinic. He has completed his diagnostic assessment and therapy practicums in a suburban/rural community mental health counseling center. In this setting, he gained experience working with various clinical issues ranging from substance abuse, personality disorders, cognitive deficiencies, mood disorders, and complex traumas. In this setting, Daniel provided therapeutic services for adults and children as well as conducted psychological testing services ranging from intellectual and personality assessments. For his advanced therapy practicum, Daniel gained clinical experience in an urban federally qualified health center working with patients of color. In this setting, he provided short-term behavioral health treatment for patients suffering from complex medical conditions, severe psychosis, trauma, depression, anxiety, and racial/ethnic discrimination and prejudice. During his doctoral internship, Daniel provided individual and group counseling sessions for CSUMB students. During his internship year, he created our Self-Care Workshop and our Conquering Moods Group.
Daniel completed his B.A. in Political Science at Purdue University Northwest in 2014. He attended Adler University in Chicago earning his M.A. in Clinical Psychology (2016) and Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D) in Clinical Psychology (2019).