I am a Clinical Psychologist with a doctorate from Walden University. I am experienced is treating clients individually and in groups and also train counseling students. I have enjoyed teaching and supervising Master’s level clinicians. My practice focuses on the areas of anxiety, depression, and addiction.
You Are Never Alone
Dr. Dan Sharir
No one should ever have to go through life alone. Whether you struggle with constant anxiety, suffer from mild depression, have OCD, or would like to learn better coping skills, you can find the advice, guidance, and help you need here at Wellness Mental Health Counseling.
It is a common misconception that seeking mental health counseling services means you have a problem. While you may have a hard time understanding what is going on, there is nothing wrong with you that can’t be discussed and treated. The mind is a powerful tool, and it is our goal to help you understand skills, techniques, and management tactics that will make your life easier and less stressful.
Finding the Help You Need
With more than 14 years working in the field of mental health, I understand that it’s not about just offering help when you need it; it’s about being there for you on an individual basis, catering your sessions to meet your unique needs. I believe that my knowledge and experience allows me to help you to control your life.
I have experience working with a variety of clients and never turn anyone away. Without seeking the help you truly need, life can seem unmanageable and, quite frankly, scary. With my help, you’ll discover what you need to find peace and happiness from within. If you have the desire to find help, contact me today to schedule a consultation. My goal is to help you; give me a call today at 646-717-4860.
Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, Walden University
Ph.D. Health Sciences specializing in International health, TUI
M.S. in Mental Health Counseling, Touro College
M.S.H.S. in Health Care Management, TUI
M.A. in Judaic Studies, Touro College
B.A. in Economics (minor in psychology and pre medical sciences) Touro College
Associate professor Touro College 2007 – Present
Primary Certificate Practicum in REBT and Cognitive Behavior Therapy from the Albert Ellis Institute
American Mental Health Counselors Association
American Counseling Association
American Psychological Association
Gardere, J., Sharir, D., & Maman, Y. (2017). Social responsibility in e-mental health and counsellor training. International Journal of Pedagogical Innovations, 5(1) (In publication, December 2016).
Molinsky, R., Burke, P. Hagan, L., Weill, F., Sharir, D., & Dapice Wong, S. J. Poster: Interprofessional implementation of an Academic Electronic Health Record (AEHR). Maimonides Medical Center’s Fourth Annual Nursing Research Conference, Brooklyn, NY (November 7, 2016)
Maman, Y., Sharir, & Gardere, J., (2016). Apple’s financial growth and corporate social responsibility in e-mental health. International Journal of Business and Commerce, 6(3) (In publication, December 2016).
Gardere, J., Sharir, D., & Maman, Y. (2016). Technology and media for character development and career readiness: The S.T.E.A.M-based A.C.H.I.E.V.E. model. International Journal of Applied Science and Technology, 5(6), 12-17.
Maman, Y., Sharir, & Gardere, J., (2015). School and Community Relations for Prosocial Behaviors, Character Building and Academic Achievement. International Journal of Pedagogical Innovations, 3(1), 18-22.
Gardere, J., Maman, Y., & Sharir, D. (2013). School counseling and social entrepreneurship. International Journal of Pedagogical Innovations, 1(1), 47-50.
Kopelman, M., & Sharir, D. (2013). A performance-based manual for mental health counseling internships. The International Journal of Humanities Education, 11(1), 1-10.
Kopelman, M. & Sharir, D. (2011). Learning instruments in mental health counseling internships. Presented at INTED conference Valencia Spain.
Kopelman, M. & Sharir, D. (2011). A standards-based manual for mental health counseling internships. Presented at INTED conference Valencia Spain.
Sharir, D., Tanasescu M., Turbow D. & Maman Y. (2007) Social support and quality of life among psychiatric patients in residential homes. International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation. 11 (1) 85- 96.
Maman, Y. & Sharir D. (2007). Great Expectations: Developing a Healthy and Productive Lifestyle in Adolescents and Young Adults. A Wiley Textbook