About Dr. Katz

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Dr. Daniel Katz has a doctorate degree in clinical psychology from the Wright Institute in Berkeley California. He completed an American Psychological Association accredited doctoral internship at the Pennsylvania State University’s Counseling and Psychological Services. He is experienced working in a variety of settings including college counseling, forensics, crisis, alcohol and drug rehabilitation, community mental health, psychiatric hospitalization, career counseling, and psychological assessment. He primarily works with individuals and groups. Dr. Katz has facilitated general process and support groups as well as groups with a more specific focus or population such as grief and loss, LGBTQIA+ support, adolescents, addiction and recovery, and incarcerated men. He has also given talks and presentations and workshops on a variety of topics including healthy relationships, mindfulness, resilience factors among college students, and grief and loss. He is experienced and comfortable working in a variety of roles including therapy, counseling, coaching, research, psychological assessment, professional consultation, and supervision.

Dr. Daniel Katz is a Licensed Psychologist (License Number: 36815). 

 

Dr. Katz is an active member of the following organizations

  •   American Psychological Association

    • Division 29: Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy

    • Division 44: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, & Transgender Issues 

  •   Texas Psychological Association

  •   Houston Psychological Association