Dan Whelan, LCSW


Dan is a licensed clinical social worker with over twenty years experience in the behavioral health field. He has worked with individuals of all ages and backgrounds, in a variety of clinical settings. His goal is to help people to overcome challenges and assist in making therapy beneficial for those who seek it. He encourages people he counsels to take an active role in their treatment process. His treatment approach is primarily cognitive-behavioral in nature, helping a person reframe thoughts and understand how thought affects action. This process involves assessing an individual’s readiness to consider change and finding new approaches to alleviate issues. He is empathetic and understands that we all come from different backgrounds, with different life experiences, which will often impact the approaches a particular person needs in therapy.