Catholic Counseling, Therapy, and Life Coaching |M.A., A.M.F.T. | Lic #96032
Counseling helps us identify habits and cycles of behavior that make us feel helpless, miserable, constantly angry, or otherwise mentally hurting.
We train in the tools and strategies to pull away from those habits and bring our life to the full pursuit of virtue.
In his work Daniel specializes in anxiety, depression and obsessive compulsive disorder. The choice to start counselling is an important one and Daniel is here to help, offering online and in person counselling from a Catholic perspective.
“[Daniel] helped me through a large and painful transition in my young life that most young men don’t go through.
Throughout our sessions, he has given me sound advice in a respectful and professional manner, and he is a good man. I respect him greatly and I mean that.”
Life Coaching Services
When counseling isn’t necessary but you still want professional advice, life coaching can help you plan out and reach specific goals.
Daniel specializes in helping people through transitions like heading to college, college-to-workforce transition, as well as discerning entering religious life or adjusting to leaving the seminary or religious life. Through tele-health, Daniel can help people anywhere in the US.
Special note: Daniel is currently enrolled in a program through Divine Mercy university to become a spiritual director.
About Daniel Johnson
Daniel is a Catholic therapist and life coach serving serving California in a hybrid telehealth format, occasionally seeing clients face to face in both Los Angeles and the Bay Area.
He has worked extensively with the High Schools of the Archdioceses of Los angeles supporting youth and adults experiencing a wide range of depression, trauma, and emotional disturbances.
Latest posts and podcasts:
How do I change? Change requires a knowledge of the end and the and the means to that end. Join me as I consider this and digress about treating grief and loss!
How do we identify our OCD triggers? What is a trigger? Are they always external to us? Find out the answers to these questions on today’s episode of the podcast. Resources: Here is the Mayo Clinics description of OCD Here are some thoughts from the International OCD...