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About Dan Quinn, Psy.D.

More about me at www.DanQuinn.Info

In addition to my private practice, I supervise the clinical work of doctoral students and teach at The Wright Institute in Berkeley, California. I’ve spent many years studying cognitive-behavioral, relational psychoanalytic, and a number of different humanistic approaches, and I specialize in anxiety, depression and relationship difficulties and building relationships that thrive.

I’ve worked in a number of settings over the years. The psychological breakthroughs of the 60s and 70s were formative for me, when a myriad of approaches to personal growth were explored. My work has been deeply informed by the men’s movement of the 80s and 90s, and I have a special interest in helping men develop self-awareness and communication skills.

I’ve provided therapy in outpatient clinics, a drug treatment program, a university counseling center and an inner city school. I now very happily devote my time to my private therapy practice, corporate consulting in the areas of leadership development and teambuilding, and my highly satisfying work with my students.

I am also interested in research: our team is currently investigating factors which make couples therapy more accessible for men. Earlier research was devoted to an interview study of beneficial therapist spontaneity; I consider spontaneous, authentic relationships to be the heart of the psychotherapy and coaching process.

Before becoming a psychologist and Certified Positive Psychology Coach, I worked for twenty years in the corporate arena: I was the CEO of a technology consulting firm, consultant to leaders in a number of different business environments, including healthcare, manufacturing, software development and telecommunications.

While my office is in Berkeley, I live in San Francisco with my wife of 29 years, and, when she’s in town, our 24-year-old daughter.

3 Responses to “About Dan Quinn, Psy.D.”

  1. Leon says:

    Have you tried TherapyNotes.com or TherapyAppointment.com?

    TN seems to be less cluttered than the rest.

  2. I offer easy to use, flexible, and inexpensive software for both windows and Macs. Now going on 10 years. Thought you might be interested.

    Charles M. Stewart, M.D.
    charlesm.stewart@comcast.net

  3. Sofia Cano says:

    What is the status of your search for simple psychotherapy software?

    I share your frustration and the points you have made about the software tested thus far. I believe I have been the same path. Look forward to hearing from you.

    If you would like to chat, please feel free to call my on my direct line 713 500 3279. Sofia Cano, PhD. Licensed Psychologist (Texas)

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