Daniel Phillips, Ph.D.
408 N. Kendrick St., Suite #4
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
(928) 774-6364 ext. 226
Dan moved to Flagstaff, AZ, to complete his Ph.D. and chose to stay after realizing what a special place it was. Dan is originally from Utah and completed degrees in Behavioral Science (B.S.) and Professional Counseling (M.S.). He completed his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology at Northern Arizona University. While completing his degree at NAU, Dan taught classes in educational psychology and worked as a Graduate Assistant counselor at Counseling Services. Dan moved to private practice after completing his residency and has worked as a licensed psychologist at Flagstaff Counseling Center since fall of 2017.
Dan is a generalist practitioner that utilizes various modalities. Dan predominantly utilizes a Cognitive Behavioral orientation with a focus on how thoughts and behaviors influence emotions, relationships, and life pursuits. He also integrates systems and psychodynamic theory with humanistic and interpersonal approaches. Dan strives to maintain a holistic focus utilizing a variety of techniques to meet the needs of each individual client. Through counseling, clients strive to resolve current stressors, develop and maintain coping and support strategies, and enhance clarity and self-awareness to assist in responding to issues that may arise in the future.
Dan provides treatment for adolescents, adults, individuals, and couples. He has previous experience working in community mental health with an interest and expertise in anxiety, depression, identity issues, adjustment, and substance dependence. He accepts Blue Cross Blue Shield and private pay.