Harmony Holistic – Psychotherapy, Sex Therapy, Hypnosis, and Coaching

Meet Daniel Fleshner

Daniel Fleshner, LCPC, NCC, M.Ed.
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Daniel Fleshner is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a passion for exploring relationships and helping individuals and couples process conflict and engage in healthy communication. He graduated with an M. Ed in Rehabilitation Counseling from The George Washington University and a B.A. in Psychology and Political Science from The University of Michigan. Within counseling sessions, he is particularly interested in individualizing treatment on the context surrounding anxiety and life stressors. By designing treatments tailored to client strengths, Daniel helps individuals and couples build stronger relationships and feel more fulfilled in their lives. Daniel offers individual counseling, couples counseling, and sex therapy.

His approach is highly collaborative and integrates aspects of mindfulness-based cognitive-behavioral therapy and person-centered modalities. In his practice, Daniel makes a point to provide a warm and welcoming environment to foster a strong therapeutic alliance with the client. This bond is used to help the client access deeper emotions and to examine thought patterns underlying those emotions. Although Daniel’s style is relatively non-directive, he is good at guiding the client throughout the therapy process to ensure time spent in each session is meaningful.

  • M. Ed in Rehabilitation Counseling from The George Washington University
  • B.A. in Psychology and Political Science from The University of Michigan
  • Highly collaborative and integrates aspects of mindfulness-based cognitive-behavioral therapy (MBCBT) and person-centered modalities

Daniel is excited to serve as the Government Affairs Committee Chair due to his passion for policy, desire to increase access to counseling for underserved populations, and hope for the development of the counseling field as a whole. He first became involved with AADA as a co-presenter at the 2018 conference in Arlington, VA on One Size Does Not Fit All: Making Sense of Individual Differences in Counseling. He has worked with clients of diverse backgrounds, and social justice advocacy is very important to him. To further this passion, he is a member of the Maryland Counselors for Social Justice task force.

• M. Ed in Rehabilitation Counseling from The George Washington University
• B.A. in Psychology and Political Science from The University of Michigan
• Highly collaborative and integrates aspects of mindfulness-based cognitive-behavioral therapy (MBCBT) and person-centered modalities