Daniel Snow, LCSW
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Specialized couples and individual therapy to improve relationships.
Relationship therapy helps you see possibilities that weren't apparent at the start. It's about having better ways to understand and enjoy each other. It is changing the specific dynamics and blocks that maintain the current distress. So that you can feel more cared for, connected, and 'gotten.' Empathy and goodwill then start to flow naturally between you.
If you're living with stress in your relationship- whether it's fighting, feeling like you're drifting apart, or living with painful patterns between you, please read on. You've probably tried to improve things on your own, but the same problems repeat. You may feel like you're walking on eggshells around your partner… feeling alone… not feeling valued or understood… or always bracing for the next fight. My focus is on helping couples, and individuals get past painful patterns and situations to a deeper, stable level of connection and understanding.
It can be a real struggle to make your relationship better on your own. We need and deserve connection. And when we don't have it, it just hurts. Whether you're thinking of therapy as a couple or for yourself, my focus is sharing knowledge and tools that help change relationships for the better.
I believe that effective therapy helps people see options for change. It gives you a clear path to change and prevents painful and stressful patterns. And it amplifies those positive things we want, need, and deserve in our lives- like feeling cared about, connected, valued, and understood.
Effective therapy should be based on a realistic sense of hope as you see things start to get better. I also believe in research and evidence. I am responsible for using approaches for which there is strong evidence of effectiveness. It's about respecting not just your emotions but also your intelligence and values. And while what we deal with in therapy is vital, it doesn't always have to be dead- serious. We can also laugh and smile at things, which offers perspective and helps us to feel lighter. And last but not least, I believe in access to quality care. Therapy is for everyone.
Specialties & Clinical Interests
- Anger Issues
- Chronic Illness
- Divorce & Separation
- Family Conflict
- Grief & Loss
- Law Enforcement/First Responders
- Men's Issues
- Phobias & Fears
- Pre-Marital & Marital Issues
- Sleep Disorders
- Stress/Stress Management
- Acceptance And Commitment Therapy (ACT)
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
- Eft- Couples Therapy
- Gottman Couples Therapy
- Ibct Couples Therapy
- Prep Couples Therapy
- Cancer Survivors
- Military Families
- Single Parents