Daniel is a doctoral licensed psychologist who has worked at the Pine Rest Campus Clinic since 2010 where he started as a pre-doctoral psychology intern.
He earned his Bachelors degree in psychology from Calvin College and went on to complete his Masters degree from Wheaton College in 2008 and his Doctorate of Psychology degree from Wheaton College in 2011.
Daniel’s clinical expertise include anxiety disorders, mood disorders (depression/bipolar), adjustment, grief and loss, childhood behavior problems, men’s issues, anger management, and family issues. He works regularly with children, adolescents, adults and families. His research and presentation interests include parenting, peer victimization, coping, and resilience.