Graduate Level Therapist
Daniel Warshawsky is currently a third-year PsyD student at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP). He has worked with individuals across the lifespan and has extensive experience focusing on identity development for adolescents and young adults, concentrating on relationship development, interpersonal effectiveness, and self-actualization.
Before beginning his studies, Daniel worked primarily with children, adolescents, and young adults as the Midwest Engagement Director for United Synagogue Youth (USY), where he worked with professional staff and teen leaders from throughout the Midwest to create and implement innovative social, educational, and leadership programming for teens.
He currently holds dual Bachelor of Arts degrees in Communications and Jewish Studies and a minor in Marketing from Indiana University, and received a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from TCSPP this past June. Daniel is extremely passionate about working with young people, LGBTQ+ issues, and mental health awareness, and recently finished his three-year term as a board member of No Shame on U, an organization dedicated to reducing mental health stigma. In addition to his studies, he has received certifications in Youth and Adult Mental Health First Aid, Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST), Suicide Prevention from the QPR Institute, and has facilitated support groups for teens across the country.
When he is not at school or at work, Daniel spends his free time playing the guitar and piano, reading, baking, seeing concerts and movies, and enjoying time with friends and family.