Dr. McDaniel obtained a Ph.D. from St. Mary’s University in Counseling Education and Supervision, with a minor in Business Administration. He also received his M.A. from St. Mary’s with a dual concentration in Substance Abuse and Mental Health Counseling. Prior to this he attended the University of Texas San Antonio where he earned a B.A. in Psychology. He had a 24 year nonprofit career serving youth and families facing economic and educational barriers to success. During his 30+ years in the counseling profession, his greatest clinical focus has been serving adolescents and the use of Experiential Therapy. While in the nonprofit sector, he also served as the Director of Human Resources for Communities In Schools-SA. His experience in higher education includes 20+ years teaching in both public and private institutions. He began teaching at St. Mary's University while completing his Ph.D. and then went on to teach for UTSA, Webster University and The Alamo Community College District. He has taught undergraduate and graduate curriculum in non-profit administration, psychology, and counseling. Currently he is a Professional Track Faculty member in the Counseling Program at Texas A&M University - San Antonio.
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