Dan is a psychologist connects cutting-edge research and today’s cultural trends and troubles—with heart.
Dan Griffin, Ph.D. is a senior trainer of clinicians and has taught at Minuchin Center for the Family, NYC, Children’s National Medical Center, and other major institutions as well as presenting internationally. Dan connects cutting-edge research and today’s cultural trends and troubles—with heart. Dr. Dan Griffin works with kids and families in creative, practical ways and sees no reason dead serious issues such as autism, family dysfunction and adolescent turmoil have to be dealt with devoid of humor, warmth and even joy. He integrates his experience as an accomplished clinician with the humility of a father of teenagers.