University of Florida, USA
Philip F. Daniels is a doctoral student in counseling and counselor education, and earning a certificate in gerontology. He has a Masters in professional counseling with a specialization in marriage and family therapy. National and international teaching experiences include college and career planning, drug and alcohol, introduction to counseling theories, lifespan development, group counseling, play therapy with children, introduction to family therapy, advance family therapy, and human rights and social justice. Clinical experiences include working with clients in hospice, memory disorder units, mental health and rehabilitation units, pediatric clinics, and community agencies conducting individual or family counseling. Specific expertise's include clinical practice and counselor education in the following areas: marriage and family therapy, dementia, caregivers of individuals with dementia, death and dying, end-of-life issues, grief and variations e.g. anticipatory & complicated, trauma, LGBT, substance abuse, and transcultural counselor competencies, play therapy, and working with children.