Dan Wolfson Psy.D.
Dr. Wolfson is a licensed clinical psychologist who integrates cognitive-behavioral strategies with a flexible strengths-based approach.
- Grief, loss, and trauma
- Adolescent male behavioral, social, and executive functioning challenges
- Depression and anxiety
- Difficulty with life transitions and the development of a positive self-concept
Non-profit summer camp program for children who have experienced a significant death loss.
Former researcher and post-doctoral fellow in the practice and dissemination of Complicated Grief Treatment www.complicatedgrief.columbia.edu
- Reframing Camper Behavioral Challenges; American Camping Association New England Camp Conference (2019)
- Supporting Grieving Children; Columbia University Medical Center Department of Pediatric Psychiatry (2019)
- Recognizing Complicated Grief New York Presbyterian Hospital- Weill Cornell Outpatient Psychiatry Department (2017)
- Social Isolation and Self-Esteem Among Adolescents at a Grief Camp Association for Death Education and Counseling Annual Conference (2017)
- Complicated Grief: Assessment and Interventions Brookline Community Mental Health Center CEU Lecture Series (2017)
- Assessment of Complicated Grief Center for Complicated Grief Level 1 Workshop (2016, 2017)
- Laughter Yoga in Groups: Implications for Life and Practice Northeastern Society for Group Psychotherapy Annual Conference (2014)
- Boston College Masters in Counseling- Internship Seminar I
- Boston College Masters in Counseling- Principles and Techniques in Counseling
- Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology Clinical PsyD- Meeting the Needs of Returning Veterans
- Boston College Masters in Counseling- Group Psychotherapy
- Columbia University Masters in Social Work- Foundations of Grief Therapy