Daniel Martinez is a marriage and family therapist (MFT) who believes in a transparent and non-judgmental approach to help clients achieve a more authentic and fulfilling life. He prioritizes a holistic approach towards individual and couple’s therapy, encompassing mindfulness, the mind-body connection, and empirically based models of therapy that can be tailored towards a client’s specific goals and needs. Daniel believes that everyone is capable of making great changes in their life and aims to act as a guide in their self-discovery and healing process.
Daniel’s therapeutic approach is largely informed by Humanistic therapy, Jungian and psychodynamic theory, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Ecosystemic Structural Family Therapy (ESFT). He pulls from the philosophies of existentialism and Zen Buddhism as deeper questions and anxieties percolate out from the client’s human experience. He is passionate about helping clients navigate through concerns related to identity, depression, anxiety, sexuality, career and life transitions, disability, health, and relationships.
Daniel obtained his Master’s in Couples and Family Therapy from Thomas Jefferson University. He studied biomedical sciences for several years prior to completing his program to become a therapist and now incorporates knowledge of the biological and medical sciences with psychology and mental health to help provide clients holistic and collaborative therapy.
Daniel’s hourly rate is not fixed; he’s open to talking with new clients about their fee options and encourages you to reach out if you’d like to learn more about working with him. More information about fees can be found here.