Supervised by Brenda Elledge, LPC-S
Daniel Saroni earned a BA in psychology from the University of North Texas and an MA in counseling from Dallas Theological Seminary. He is a licensed professional counselor intern in the state of Texas.
Daniel has over 15 years of experience working with kids and adolescents in several different capacities including: instructor, coach, tutor, Sunday school teacher, and camp/VBS counselor. His work and volunteer experience along with his education and training has equipped him to serve kids, tweens, and teens who are struggling with depression, anxiety, addictions, developmental difficulties, behavior issues, or trauma recovery. He utilizes his training in play therapy and child/parent relationship therapy to facilitate growth for his clients and their families.
Daniel is also experienced in helping adult clients dealing with issues such as depression, anxiety, addictions, grief and loss, both in private practice and hospital settings. He is committed to providing his clients and their support system with a space where they feel heard, understood, and known; insuring that the counseling room is a place where everyone feels safe and significant. Due to the diversity of his own life experiences and interests, Daniel seeks to be attune to the incredible uniqueness of everyone he works with and to strive to hear and understand each person’s experiences from their distinct perspective.