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Daniel Lopez

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Daniel has a variety of experiences working in social services as an academic advisor, disability service coordinator, and Child Protective Services caseworker where he learned to care for clients and meet people where they are at, wherever the starting point. These experiences have allowed him to humbly understand that we are all walking through our own valleys of struggles and we must always remind ourselves that there truly is hope in all circumstances.

Daniel knows that being transparent and known by someone else can feel like a daunting task. He also knows that this is the first step in pursuing healing and freedom. With an authentic and transparent approach, he will help you reframe your fears into self-compassion that allows you to take steps towards being your authentic self.

By sharing your story, you have the opportunity to dive into how you see yourself and how the negative core beliefs that often make us feel disconnected and anxious are able to be reframed into confidence and compassion for yourself. The balance between recognizing who you are and who you want to be can be a beautiful journey of self-discovery and Daniel desires to walk alongside you as you experience the freedom of being who you truly are.


Men's Issues, Trauma and PTSD, Anxiety, Spirituality, Self-Esteem, and Video Game/Internet Addiction with Adults


Dallas Theological Seminary







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