Daniel Sieber, PhD LCSW
Clinical Supervisor, Child & Family
As a creative and compassionate clinician, Daniel (he/him) brings with him over 20 years experience working with children, adolescents, couples and families. While we all may suffer from common difficulties in life, love, relationships, family, work, and school, the solutions that work for us are as varied and unique as we are. Trained in systemic, solution-focused, and cognitive-behavioral modalities, Daniel believes that therapy is a collaborative process, and he will work with you and your family to develop a course of treatment that is well catered to your needs. Prior to joining The Root, Daniel was a clinical supervisor at the Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services, where he treated hundreds of individuals and families in addition to providing training and supervision to graduate school interns and beginning therapists. As a mental health consultant to the NYC Dept. of Education, Daniel provided education and support to counseling professionals to help address grief and trauma in children and adolescents. Prior to receiving his doctorate in marriage and family therapy, Daniel was a consultant mediator at the Nassau County Family Court where he worked with numerous divorce, separation, child custody and visitation cases. Daniel is passionate about providing therapy that is culturally sensitive, strengths-based, and empowering. His clinical and scholarly interests include developing and maintaining healthy boundaries in the family system, working with fathers in therapy, and providing support to adult children of aging parents affected by Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia.