Adolescents (10-18), College (18-21), Young Adults (20-30), Adults, Couples, Parents, Families, Artists, Athletes
Self-Esteem, Creativity Blockage, Relationship/Family Stress, Men’s Issues, LGBTQIA+ Affirming, Troublesome Childhoods, Trauma, Anxiety, Stress, Depression, Life Transition
Welcome! I’m Danny, it’s really great to meet you. If you’re reading this, well then you’ve already taken the bravest step in perhaps the bravest journey of all: finding peace through self-discovery. Sincerely, congratulations. I’m proud and excited to continue to accompany you along the way.
Born in Evanston and growing up in Wilmette, I have a fondness for the North Shore and compassion for this community that shaped me into who I am today. I was encouraged to think outside the box and dream big. From playing football at New Trier and Knox College to picking up careers in the arts, corporate life, and everything in between, I’m thankful for the opportunity to explore several different perspectives of life before heading back to Loyola University Chicago to become a Social Worker.
In my experience, I’ve found the simplicity of a motivational, person-centered focus and an exploration of both internal and external family systems can provide eye-opening discoveries of strengths within that can remain for a lifetime.
Athletes and Artists
As a collegiate athlete, I’ve spent significant time in my adolescence, college years, and adult life striving for perfection under the watchful eye of coaches, scouts, casting directors and critics, putting in hours of work, waiting for just one chance to prove myself to the gatekeepers of glory while trying to outshine and somehow simultaneously support my peers.