Daniel Goldberg is a licensed independent clinical social worker who has most recently served as a community recovery advocate for adults with persistent mental health needs. He holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and a Master in Social Work from Salem State University. His approach to counseling embraces individual uniqueness and values personal choices while working collaboratively to strengthen one’s self-awareness, communication, and relationship skills towards enhancing wellness. He takes a special interest in helping reduce treatment stigma for men with mental health needs and addictions.
As a musician, he is interested in the intersection between creativity and wellbeing, and believes in the therapeutic power of creative expression and musical performance. He spends time studying religion, philosophy, and psychology, and is active in the local Jewish community. He enjoys biking and kayaking with his girlfriend on the North Shore, where they live.