Dan Perlman, LMSW, MBA is committed to helping clients cope with anxiety and depression by forming a strong therapeutic alliance. Dan believes therapy is a collaborative partnership and works with individuals of all ages who seek to better cope with stressors and improve their sense of well-being. He specializes in couples looking to manage emotions and improve communication during times of crises. He uses a combination of psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral therapy to identify behaviors holding them back in order to promote improved communication and intimacy. He believes in resiliency and practices a non-judgmental, positive, strengths-based approach. Dan is self-aware and warm, tailoring treatment to each client’s specific needs for optimal lasting results.
Dan previously worked at the Center at Western Queens. He interned at Weill Cornell/New York Presbyterian Hospital and the Manhattan office of the Appellate Defender.
Prior to the mental health field, Dan worked in finance as an analyst and portfolio manager. He has an extensive background with business valuation and financial analysis.
Dan completed his undergraduate degree in Psychology at Boston University, his Master of Social Work degree at Fordham University, and his Master of Business Administration degree at Columbia University.
Trainings and Certifications:
- William Alanson White Institute- Intensive Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Program, (IPPP) 28 week, practice oriented educational program focused on the Interpersonal Psychoanalytic Perspective. (Ongoing)
- The Albert Ellis Institute: Primary Certificate Practicum in Rational-Emotive & Cognitive Behavior Therapy
- Office of Children and Family Services Mandated Reporter Training
- Cape Cod Institute- Bassel van der Kolk- Frontiers of Trauma Treatment
- Fordham University: TF-CBT Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy