Dale S. Michaels, M.S., LPC, a licensed professional counselor, has over twenty-six years experience in residential treatment and private practice working with children, adolescents, and adults. His areas of specialization include mood and anxiety, substance abuse and dependence, and remediation of learning differences and attentional difficulties. Additionally, supportive therapy addresses concerns regarding self-concept and esteem, identity, and relational problems.
In addition to his private practice, Dale is an assistant professor of psychology at Philadelphia University. He teaches the upper level clinical courses at the undergraduate level, and is a faculty member in the graduate counseling program. He developed the Masters in Community and Trauma Counseling at Philadelphia University to provide a trauma-informed curriculum, designed to meet the growing demand for helping professionals prepared to work with individuals and communities influenced by extreme stress and catastrophic events.