144 East Avenue, , 06810, United States
Are you struggling with depression, anxiety, or substance use? Are you overstressed with the high pressures of living in the competitive Northeast? Does your teen have mental health concerns that are impacting their academic or athletic performance? Dr. Dariush Fathi, a licensed clinical psychologist, is based in Fairfield County and provides online therapy to clients across Connecticut and New York. He works collaboratively with adults, couples and teens helping them overcome personal roadblocks, emotional challenges, and behaviors they want to change.
Specialty areas include:
• Relationships: family, marital, couples and online dating issues
• Addictions including alcohol and substance abuse;
• Depression and anxiety disorders
• Family childhood trauma and PTSD
• Burnout/stress management
He earned a master’s degree and doctorate in clinical psychology from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Dr. Fathi has worked in various clinical settings, including private practice in Darien and as the director of an inter-disciplinary health center in Danbury where he provides training and supervision to psychologists and therapists. At Psych Fitness One, he offers clients compassionate, confidential and effective therapy solutions tailored to meet clients’ needs.
Dr. Fathi uses a unique approach that involves helping clients uncover and resolve the root cause of their issues – how and why the problems developed in the first place – and teaches skills and practical ways to manage problems in the present. With advanced up-to-date training in cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and psychodynamic therapy, Dr. Dariush Fathi provides an integrated and tailored approach to helping clients achieve their mental health goals.
Areas of Interest/Speciality
Clinical Psychology, Cognitive Psychotherapy/CBT, Couples/Marital/Family, Depression, Dialectic Behavior Therapy, Health Psychology/Behavioral Medicine, Psychotherapy (Adult), Psychotherapy (Individual), Substance Abuse
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