Dan Gilmore, MA, LPC is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has been involved with Pennsylvania’s Family Based Mental Health Services (FBMHS) for the last 11 years. He has served in multiple roles in this innovative intensive, in-home program. For example, he has worked as a front-line therapist, as a clinical supervisor, and as a program director. Dan obtained his family-based training as a Mental Health Professional through the Philadelphia Child and Family Therapy Training Center. He earned his certification as a Family Based Clinical Supervisor through the Center for Family Based Training.
Dan is currently Director of Clinical Development at Child and Family Focus. He serves on the agency-wide leadership team. In this role, he supervises all outpatient clinicians, serves as site supervisor for interns, is team-lead on the trauma informed council, and oversees training needs for Child and Family Focus. He has a passion for developing and training new clinicians in systemic approaches to treatment.
Dan earned a Master’s in Counseling Psychology from Eastern University. He has with extensive training in trauma. Before joining the family-based team at Child and Family Focus, Dan worked in a community mental health clinic providing services to children, youth, and adults. Since entering the field, he has worked in BHRS, extended assessment, and provided consultation to local behavioral health agencies.
Dan currently teaches Marriage and Family Therapy and Life Span Development for Eastern University’s Counseling Psychology graduate department. He also operates his own private practice where he sees youth, families, and couples.