Daniel M. Fiore is licensed therapist (LCSW) in New York and New Jersey. Currently, Daniel focuses his private psychotherapy practice on anxiety & depression, attention & focus, anger management, body image concerns, and career change or development. Daniel believes that creating a warm, non-judgmental, and engaging environment is needed to help clients address challenges and make desired changes.
Daniel is an experience clinician who works with adults and adolescents, with a variety of different backgrounds, issues, and experiences. Prior to his private psychotherapy practice, Daniel worked in a corporate setting delivering counseling and consulting to employees, managers, and human resources leadership. He dealt with a range of issues affecting employees, including psychiatric emergencies, chronic mental illness, workplace safety, and substance abuse.
In addition, Daniel has presented wellness seminars on a variety of topics related to mental and emotional health. He has delivered training programs on harassment prevention and EEOC requirements, performance management, and diversity & inclusion. Daniel’s has presented at public organizations, private financial institutions, law firms, and media companies.
Daniel was the Lead Clinician in the Needs Assessment Program at a Summit Oaks Hospital, in New Jersey. He also worked in the Intensive Outpatient Dual Diagnosis Program at this facility, providing therapy and education.
Daniel holds a Masters degree in Clinical Social Work from Rutgers University and a B.A. in Psychology from Hamilton College. He has also completed post-graduate training at the Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy, and the Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies.
Hamilton College, BA in Psychology, 2004
Rutgers University, School of Social Work, Master in Clinical Social Work, 2008
Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies, One-Year Program, 2015
Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy, CBT for Depression & Suicidality, 2014
LCSW-NJ-Active (# 079612)