Dr Gina Daniel
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Dr Gina Daniel, DSW, LCSW
Clinical Social Worker, NPE
It is my belief that there are a number of benefits to outpatient therapy, including:
-Identifying and changing negative thoughts and behaviors
-Improving conflict management skills
-Improving self-confidence and self-esteem
-Developing skills for improving your relationships
-Learning new and effective ways to deal with stress and anxiety
-Managing anger, grief, depression or other emotional stressors
-Improving communication and listening skills
-Learning to create and accomplish personal goals
Doctorate of Social Work, Millersville University, 2021
Master of Social Work, Temple University, 1999
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (PA), 2012
School Social Worker since 2001
Private Practice since 2012
One-on-one counseling for children, adolescents, and adults in a warm and comfortable environment. The common issues I deal with include:
Depression | Anxiety | Parenting/co-parenting issues | Post-traumatic Stress
Addiction Behavior | Relationship issues
Eating disorders | Attention Deficit Hyperactivity | Oppositional Defiant Disorder | Loss and Grief | LGBTQ
Anger Management | Stress Management | Mood Disorders
By working together, couples therapy can help you significantly improve communication as well as help you overcome other, specific challenges in your relationship. These could include the following life stressors:
Conflict Resolution | Sexual Incompatibility
Family of Origin issues | Phase of Life Issues Healing from Divorce/Separation
Blended Families | Chronic Conflict & Stress Anger Issues | Financial Challenges
Parenting/Co-parenting | Infidelity
Medical Illness of a Partner | Infertility
Depression/Anxiety of Partner
Family therapy can be very helpful to develop better ways of communicating while looking at unhealthy, changeable patterns that are inhibiting the family from understanding one another. Some typical family issues can include:
Parent/Child Conflict | Grief and Loss
Blended Family Issues |
Coping with Divorce/Separation |
Mental Health Issues of Family Member |
Substance Abuse or Addiction Issue |
Child and Adolescent Behavior Concerns |
Chronic Illness of a Family Member
How can I know if your style of counseling is right for me?
I encourage everyone to 'interview' the counselor on the phone to see if you like what you hear from them and if you do, spend a minimum of 2-3 visits together to see if you feel like it's a good fit for what your needs are. It's very important that the person you choose challenges you and encourages you to develop and support your personal therapeutic goals.
What is a counseling session like?
Because each person has their own goals and issues for therapy, therapy will be dependent on each individual. In general, expect to discuss current events happening in your life, your personal history relevant to the issue and report progress or insight gained between sessions. Depending on the intensity of the issue, therapy can be short-term and brief or can be longer-term to work through more difficult, distressing issues. It's important to note that the more you participate and use strategies discussed in therapy, the better the outcome.
Do you accept health insurance?
I accept Highmark and Blue Cross/Blue Shield plans as well as private pay options if you do not have one of the insurance plans I am paneled through. Please call the office or your insurance company (Highmark or Capital Blue Cross) to verify you are in network with Gina Daniel, LCSW.
Can I pay with a credit card?
I accept all major credit cards (including HSA credit cards), checks and cash. Payment or co-payment is due at each session.
What if I need to cancel my appointment?
Please give me at least 24 hours advance notice if you need to cancel your appointment, contact at 717-991-3333 and leave a message. Otherwise, you will be charged a $75 cancellation fee which is not reimbursed through health insurance.
303 South 32nd Street
Camp Hill PA 17011