Daniel Wang LAPC, MDiv
I am an Asian American psychotherapist with a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Mercer University. I obtained a Bachelor’s of Science from Georgia Tech and a Master’s of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary. I have lived many different lives and have walked many paths that have all merged into a singular passion for mental health.
Languages: English and Mandarin Chinese
Population: Teenagers and Adults
I am a 2nd generation Asian American male born in Michigan and raised in Georgia. I studied
computer engineering at Georgia Tech to pursue a “successful” career in engineering. I walked
the path of ministry in pursuit a spiritual calling. I worked in the family business to make my
father proud. In my current season of life, I have found true fulfillment in being a positive
therapeutic force for my clients.
I have experience with clients of various ages, cultural backgrounds, and clinical diagnoses. I
have working experience in an eating disorder clinic and in a residential mental health facility
for adult and adolescents.
My therapeutic approach focuses on developing skills for the “here and now,” mending wounds
from past, and creating a meaningful future. Together, lets walk down the road to healing,
peace, and fulfillment.
Personal Growth and Development
In my free time, I enjoy playing basketball, watching Zombie movies, playing table top games,
and watching the sun set.
Master of Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Mercer University 2019
Master of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary, 2008
Bachelor of Science Degree, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005
American Counseling Association (ACA)
National Board of Certified Counselors (NCC)