David Glaser is a graduate-level social worker who provides psychotherapy to children, adolescents, and families. His psychotherapy practice uses a collaborative and evidence-based process to help meet his client’s needs, whatever they may be. David’s specializes in treating trauma, anxiety, depression, behavioral difficulties in the home and school environment, grief and loss, attention deficit issues, impulse control, and parenting and familial relationship issues. David also has extensive experience working with professionals (i.e. teachers, school personnel, psychologists, psychiatrists, and physicians) to help foster the most consistent, supportive, and positive environments for his clients.
Prior to receiving his Master’s degree from The Catholic University of America, David spent eight years honing his craft in wilderness therapy programs creating intensive individual and group-oriented therapeutic experiences for adolescents and young adults. During that time, David led extended trips in the Southeastern United States, the North Woods of Minnesota, the deserts of Utah, as well as Costa Rica and Belize. By the time David moved to northern Virginia to begin his Master’s program, he had spent over 650 days in the wilderness working with young people. FULL CREDENTIALS