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What are the most common disorders you treat?

Do you have any special certifications or training beyond your
original graduate coursework? Education/Credentials-MSW in psychiatric clinical social work

How do you approach therapy or treatment? Do you use specific

modalities, techniques, or interventions?

What ethical and legal issues do you think are the most
challenging or common?

Depression and relationships issues are most common

I founded the College of Mental Health Counselling

I use an integrated approach to address thoughts, emotions, actions, empty chair and psychodrama as well.

Most practitioners who get in trouble, violate touch and sexual boundaries.


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Daniel Keeran


I am able to answer personal questions about relationships, parent, child, self-help, marriage, counseling, depression, sexual abuse, rape trauma, bereavement, grief, death of loved one, child abduction, conflict at work, separation, divorce, break-up, fear of remaining single, infertility, childlessness, anger management, verbal abuse, family violence, repeating unhealthy relationships, substance abuse, addiction, childhood abuse, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, loneliness, co-dependency, porn addiction, religious alienation, bi-polar disorder, homelessness, anti-social personality, foster care, borderline personality disorder, psychology, mental health, adoption, bankruptcy, insomnia, agoraphobia, social anxiety


I have been a counselor for over 30 years in private practice and hospital settings. For deeper understanding and healing childhood experiences affecting adult life and relationships with self and others see the reader-friendly source FREE PDF DOWNLOAD "Counseling In A Book"

College of Mental Health Counseling at

author, "Effective Counseling Skills" at and "Loss and Grief Counseling Skills" at

MSW in psychiatric clinical social work

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