Dan Workman, LMSW
Licensed Master Social Worker
under the supervision of Amy Waldner, LCSW
Therapy is an opportunity to create a safe container in which we can become open and curious--instead of fearful or defended—about thoughts, feelings, and behavior that are problematic and unproductive.
I believe in making a good start in a client’s personal journey by being approachable, empathetic and establishing clear, useful boundaries.
I work in a psychodynamic frame, incorporating mentalization, narrative, and CBT techniques, with adolescents and adults.
I am a Trauma Fellow trained at the University of Houston and have over 20 years’ experience working in the recovery community. I am passionate about both individual and group therapy.
In addition to being a psychotherapist, I have enjoyed a 29-year career as a recording engineer and producer, working on platinum records and Grammy-winning performances. Helping musical creatives manifest their best performance under challenging circumstances is very similar to working as a therapist to help each client manifest their best self.
Clients who self-identify as ‘being creative' or as 'a creative.' Such clients have an additional layer of complexity to their personality and their ability to organize their world
Clients who are experiencing life challenges due to past and current trauma
Alcohol, drug, or process addictions (sex, love, and co-dependency)
Issues around aging and later life experiences.
Contact me directly for a free, brief consultation to determine if we are a good fit for the work.
I can be reached directly at 713-701-9362, or by clicking the buttons below.