Daniel Mosner, BS
Certified Addictions Counselor

203-910-0614

Dan@ctcounselors.com

​Daniel Mosner is a Certified Addictions Counselor that has been working with individuals and families for over 15 years. While his academic focus and certification is in addiction counseling, its practical application involves the resolution of a wide range of mental health, personal and interpersonal challenges.   

 

Individuals and families seek out a counselor for a variety of reasons. Their commitment to the therapeutic process is driven by respect, empathy and trust. These core values carry the highest priority in my clinical work and are essential elements of effective therapy. It is an honor and privilege to be invited and entrusted with the therapeutic process. My commitment to compassionate effective treatment for each client is unwavering and in constant consideration.”

Academic training, continuing education and practical application have allowed me to become practiced in a number of traditional and emerging clinical modalities. Most often the clinical course will employ a combination of modalities based on the client's world-view and treatment goals. I would identify my fondness and acumen with metaphors, similes and antidotes as my clinical strength.  Each of my client's could recount a preferred story or two that brought clarity or insight to our clinical work.

I am a people person. I like people and believe in their inherent goodness. Being helpful to others brings out the best in me. References gladly provided upon request.

Practice Specialties

Substance use disorders

Individual / Family Counseling / Intervention / Treatment Planning /

Treatment Implementation / Sober Coaching

 

Relationships

Co-dependency / Communication / Conflict Resolution / Family  Counseling

               

Anxiety

Generalize Anxiety / Social Anxiety / Situational Anxiety / Obsessive Compulsive Disorders

                 

Depression

Major / Cyclical / Chronic / Seasonal / Situational

FOR EMERGENCIES

 

If you are experiencing a life threatening psychiatric emergency you must go to your local ER or contact your local crisis intervention hotline. 

 

Our local area number is 888 447-3339. You can dial 911 for emergency services. Call 211 for Mobile Crisis Emergency Services.

 

Our voicemail is not to be used for life threatening emergencies.

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