Dan Marcone, M.A., LMHC, Clinical Supervisor
In His Own Words ...
I was born in upstate New York to first generation Italian parents, and was raised in southern Florida. I played football in high school and then served as an Airborne Ranger in the U.S. military for two years before marrying Amy, my best friend and wife. After completing my undergraduate studies in New Orleans, I directed a youth ministry in North Georgia. While working with adolescents and their families, I discovered my passion for counseling, which led me to return to school.
I graduated with a Masters of Mental Health Counseling from Reformed Theological Seminary. Following school, I served as Director of Counseling for the Adolescent Life Coaching Center (2008-2009), and was co-director of Journeys Counseling Center (2010-2104).
In March of 2014, I founded Seasons Counseling Orlando and am proud to put my time and energy into growing this dynamic helping center. I consider myself a generalist, but I am an eager, lifelong learner — my spare time is devoted to studying new interventions, therapies and the latest research and trends in the field. The physiology and neuroscience behind trauma diagnosis and healing has been a focus of intense study and application in my practice, resulting in an accidental, but very real trauma and anxiety speciality.
Outside of work, I love hanging out with my wife, three grown children and new granddaughter. I am a diehard fan of my colleagues, my dogs (I have 5), a good cigar, and my Georgia Bulldogs and Tampa Bay Lightning.
Areas of SPECIALIZATION:
- Trauma and/or Abuse (Emotional, Physical and Sexual)
- Personal Development
- Parent Training
- Teen Issues