Our Practitioners

Daniel Levi, LCPC, LPC

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor for Individuals, Couples and Families 

CEO - The Integrative Counseling Center

 

Background and Professional Focus

Since his years of study and travel in India, Thailand and Israel, Daniel has focused his clinical work on Integrative Psychotherapy. He blends together elements of Cognitive Therapy, Schema Therapy, Faith-Based Counseling, Mindfulness Training, Life Coaching and Spirituality.  Daniel’s treatment approach to therapy integrates cognition, physiology, and spirituality. Daniel loves helping folks find their path out from suffering to serenity.

Daniel Levi

Daniel started the Integrative Counseling Center in 2018 to offer to the local community and beyond a high quality place for effective and innovative treatment for emotional and behavioral difficulties. A place where clients can receive cognitive therapy blended with the best of the holistic and alternative techniques and approaches. 

Education

Harvard University, BA in World Religion, Psychology, Anthropology

Northwestern University, Continuing Studies in Psychology

Northeastern Illinois University, MA in Community Counseling

 

Internship

The Center for Holistic Medicine

 

Practice

Cognitive Therapy, Schema Therapy

Adolescent & Adult Counseling

Mindfulness and Meditation Training

Life Coaching & Health Coaching

Men's Work, Couples Therapy & Family Therapy

Viggy Lauer

Associate Counselor

 

Background and Professional Focus

Viggy Lauer is currently an associate counselor at the Integrative Counseling Center and a teacher at Torah Day School of Phoenix. Viggy is an engaging and effective listener who uses his caring and compassionate disposition to help his clients. He thrives on building and maintaining meaningful and substantive relationships and assisting clients in self discovery and development.

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Education

Yeshiva Gedolah of Greater Detroit, BA
Bellevue University, MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Practice

Individual Therapy for Children and Adults

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Client-Centered Therapy

Sarah Cranmer

Associate Counselor

 

Background and Professional Focus

Sarah Cranmer has a Master’s in Social Work from Arizona State University, where she grew a passion for supporting clients through a trauma informed approach. She leads with empathy and compassion to meet each individual where they are in the therapy process and ongoing therapeutic support to allow them to reach their goals.

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Education

Calvin University, BA in Social Work
Arizona State University, MSW

Practice

Trauma-Informed Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)