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Daniel Lennen (PsyD)
Dr. Lennen received his Master's of Counseling from Western Seminary and his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (PsyD) from George Fox University. Dr. Lennen has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults from diverse backgrounds in a variety of outpatient settings including community mental health organizations, medical hospitals, and university counseling centers.
Individuals, Groups, and Couples.
Foundationally, Dr. Lennen has adopted a person-centered and humanistic approach that values the use of "self" in therapy. Integral to this approach is a focus on client identity development and how understanding how individuals have constructed their lives. Dr. Lennen has a special focus on diversity issues and multicultural sensitive therapy. This includes a focus on spiritual diversity (i.e., how individuals develop values, morals, and find meaning ) as a multicultural issue within psychology; while, maintaining an attitude of inclusiveness and openness to the diversity of all spiritual expression individuals may or may not choose. Dr. Lennen's integrated theoretical approach is grounded in cognitive-behavioral treatment utilizing evidence-based practices; yet, is flexible enough to incorporate psychodynamic conceptualizations (i.e., attachment theory).
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Abuse: Physical, Abuse: Sexual, ADD/ADHD, Anxiety/Fears/Phobia, Bi-Polar Disorder, Christian Counseling, Couples Issues, Crisis Intervention, Depression/Mood Disorders, Grief/Death, Health Issues, Male Issues, Parenting Issues, PTSD, Religious Conflict, Religious Issues, Religious Sensitivity, Stress Management
Running, cooking, and spending time with my two Labrador Retrievers.