Daniel Bierma, MEd, MDiv, LMSW
Dan has been working with children, families, and organizations for over three decades in various forms from children with special needs, to teaching, to hospice care, to working in schools and organizations, to now working full time as a therapist. In working as a therapist, he has experience working in schools, churches, foster care, child protective services (CPS), friend of the court (FOC), family relationships, child behavior, parenting, conflict resolution, and leadership counseling. He has worked with children, parents, grandparents, pastors, principals, and others seeking to move in a different direction, or better manage their current situation.
His therapy style involves listening and helping his clients find their path to achieving their goals. Dan believes there should be a reason you are coming to see a therapist. With him, you will be welcomed and accepted. Therapy can be hard for many reasons, and Dan’s goal is to listen, observe, and to help you recognize what you can do to change things for the better.
He would be honored to be trusted as your therapist as you work together to find you and your family’s goal(s) and move yourself toward a more fulfilling and productive life that you choose. If you are ready to take the next step, he is here to support and empower you.