Daniel Floyd, LCSW
Tele-Therapy for Virginia
Evidence-based, tele-therapeutic treatment within the state of Virginia. Since 2015, providing quality mental health services to individuals, couples, and families. Now, with tele-therapy becoming increasingly necessary, committed to providing therapy to anyone with access to a computer or smart device and internet.
My name is Daniel Floyd and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who provides therapeutic treatment to diverse populations and communities.
I received my Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, degree from George Mason University in Fairfax, VA, and my Master of Social Work degree from Tulane University in New Orleans, LA.
My specializations are in the assessment and treatment of depression, anxiety, stress/ trauma, substance use, insomnia, phobias, adjustment, and relationship problems.
My goal is to provide quality, affordable tele-therapy to individuals who are in need. Contact me today to set up an intake appointment.
My background is in providing therapy to individuals and families within the Greater New Orleans Region and throughout the Shenandoah Valley.
I have about seven years of experience with providing therapy to adults and adolescents using cognitive behavioral techniques, direct use of pragmatic family therapies, dialectical behavior therapy techniques, motivational interviewing, marital therapy using behaviorally-based approaches, solution-focused therapy, anger management, contingency management, and behavioral therapy.
I practice a person-centered therapeutic approach suited to each individual's needs. By working collaboratively, with clients, to determine their motivations to make a change in their lives, an individualized treatment approach is established. I offer an inclusive, safe, empathic, and supportive environment in which therapy takes place and I'm dedicated to assisting individuals and families in their pursuit of healthier and happier lives.
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