Daniel Jones

Michele Vinbury

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Dan is a Licensed Social Worker with a Master’s Degree in Social Work from The Ohio State University, a Juris Doctorate from The University of Michigan Law School, and a Bachelor’s Degree in History from The Ohio State University.  Dan joined the practice recently and is currently accepting new in-person clients.

Dan takes a collaborative, client-centered approach to therapy, recognizing that each client is the expert regarding their own experience of life.  Dan endeavors to provide an authentic, validating, and nonjudgmental environment through which clients can safely process the entire range of their thoughts, feelings, and experiences.  Fundamental to Dan’s approach to therapy are certain bedrock assumptions, including that no one is defective or broken and that healing is always possible.  Dan is particularly interested in investigating at a pace and depth comfortable for his clients “the places that scare,” as these often illuminate the path towards healing.

Dan does not believe in a one-size-fits-all approach to therapy and employs both top-down (i.e., talk-centric) and bottom-up (i.e., body-centric) approaches depending on the client’s needs.  This multifaceted approach could include mindfulness, somatic work, solutions-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing, among other modalities.  Driven by a deep commitment to help clients to the best of his ability, Dan continually seeks to expand his knowledge and skills to provide the highest level of care.  Dan intends to be trained in EMDR soon and hopes to have it as an option for interested clients within the coming months.

Dan works with individuals aged 18+.  While he treats a broad range of presenting concerns, he feels like a particularly strong fit for clients who seek help regarding trauma processing and recovery, PTSD, anxiety, social anxiety (or avoidant personality disorder), toxic shame, depression, identity formation, and/or spiritual concerns (all faiths or lack thereof welcome), whether family, cultural, or identity conflict or spiritual awakening.

In Dan’s free time, he enjoys reading nonfiction, watching Netflix, walking on nature trails, meditating, bird watching, following professional sports, and spending time with his family and friends.

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