Dan Saylors, LPC

Dan holds a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology and is a Licensed Professional Counselor. After completing his undergraduate degree at Furman University Dan worked in the Juvenile Justice System and received extensive training in the areas of child and adolescent antisocial behavior, conduct disorder, and provided care and interventions to children and their families who have been the victims of sexual abuse and/or have a family member who demonstrated sexually aggressive behaviors.  He has over 20 years of direct experience working with children, adolescents, and families in private practice, community, and residential settings.  

Dan also has extensive experience providing counseling to both adolescents and adults with substance and alcohol abuse.  He has partnered with various Community Organizations that assist families with the challenges that substance abuse brings to the individual family members as well as the home environment. 

Dan provides both pre and post-marital counseling to assist couples who are engaged to be married, or married couples experiencing marital challenges.  Dan’s approach to marriage counseling is to assist the individuals involved in identifying and learning various problem resolving skills, and to empower their marriage.   He utilizes the IMAGO construct, which supports the principles of emotional healing and reconstruction of marital commitment. 

Dan’s overall approach to counseling to individuals, families, or couples is one of commitment to the process and personal availability to ensure continuity and immediate support when needed.