Daniel Gaylinn, PhD, MA
You've arrived at a crossroads. This is a place where you can learn to live your life to its full potential. My experience as a psychologist has led me to specialize in certain areas, drawing on the most effective combination of current clinical research techniques and practices depending on each client’s needs. Although I have a diverse practice, I specialize in working with roughly 25-to-35 year-old individuals and couples, helping them find ways to foster safety, strength and inner peace when facing depression, anxiety, eating disorders, and relationship challenges. Whether you are looking for relief from painful confusion, sadness, or worry, or are just looking for more meaningful life experiences and relationships, I welcome you on this journey towards personal growth and fulfillment. Although seemingly simple, reaching out for help can be difficult. But finding the courage to do so might be the first step towards the more fulfilling life you seek. Through our work together, we will examine and dismantle old patterns that hold you back from being open, wise, relaxed, and spontaneous in your work, play, and love. Depending on your needs, I can meet with you individually, with you and your partner, or with your child. I provide in-person therapy on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, as well as telehealth options using an encrypted online video service. **Once an appointment hour is scheduled, you will be expected to pay for it unless you provide 48 hours advanced notice of cancellations (unless we both agree that you were unable to attend due to circumstances beyond your control).
Education and training
- Sofia University, PhD in Clinical Psychology
- Sofia University, Master’s in Transpersonal Psychology
- Oberlin College (Bachelor’s)
- American Psychological Association
- Association for Transpersonal Psychology
- California Psychological Association
- San Francisco Psychological Association
Awards and publications
- Gaylinn, D.L. (2005). "Reflections On Transpersonal Media: An Emerging Movement." Journal of Transpersonal Psychology (37) 1.
Dr. Dan Gaylinn
2084 Union Street
San Francisco, CA 94123