Daniel Latham is a clinician with a wide-ranging background who believes in collaborating with clients to explore issues in a safe, accepting environment. You, the client, are the expert in your own life, and the clinician helps facilitate a deeper exploration of your values, needs, priorities, and goals.
Daniel is an alumnus of the University of Texas system, having graduated with a Master of Arts in clinical mental health counseling from UTSA. Since then, he has worked with individuals, couples, and families in inpatient, community mental health, and academic settings. Daniel’s experience as a college counselor and lecturer gives him insight into life transitions, returning to school and work, career selection and aptitude, and navigating the process of change.
As an existentialist-integrative therapist, Daniel believes that adaptation to change is key in managing stress, anxiety, and depression; as an eclectic practitioner, though, Daniel believes in incorporating elements of cognitive-behavioral, narrative, and family systems-based therapies where appropriate. The goal is to meet clients where they are and help design a more fulfilling path forward.
Daniel specializes in couples’ therapy, adolescent issues, sexual orientation, and gender identity concepts, academic and career progress, PTSD, substance use problems, sexual trauma, and family dynamics. He has a passion for destigmatizing mental health issues and advocating for better access to mental health services.