Daniel Morris, LCSW, CSAT-S
Psychology Today profile
Dan dedicates his individual and group practice to treating people with sex, relationship, and pornography issues. Through his work, he helps individuals break through denial and supports their efforts to achieve profound personal transformation and healing. His specialty is working with couples suffering from the trauma of sexual indiscretions. Couples that want to remain together must face the cauldron of abandonment and betrayal and learn understanding, acceptance, and forgiveness. The process is painful, yet Dan creates a safe place in which they can slowly let down their defenses and open the lines of communication. When a couple commits to finding solutions with the support of an experienced therapist like Dan, they have the opportunity to rebuild a relationship rooted in healing and trust.
Dan has been treating people with sex and relationship issues since 1993, when he co-founded Kavod Psychotherapy. He became a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist in 2011 after completing extensive training with the International Institute for Trauma and Addictions Professionals (IITAP), and now supervises other therapists seeking certification.
International Institute of Trauma and Addiction Professionals
Master of Social Work
University at Albany, State University of New York
Bachelor of Science, Theatre Arts
State University of New York College at Brockport