Dan Spadaro, MA, LPC
Dan Spadaro, LPC brings 15 years of counseling experience to his practice. A
graduate of Franciscan University's MA Counseling program, Dan received both his undergraduate
(Theology 92) and graduate (Counseling 97) degrees from this Ohio
has worked as mental health counselor in Colorado since 1997 in a
variety of settings: This includes experience in the psychiatric
hospital setting, as well as residential treatment centers, and outpatient
mental health offices. From 1999 to 2006, Dan volunteered with the Colorado Department of Corrections, to facilitate sexual addiction support groups for incarcerated men.
Dan founded Imago Dei Counseling, as a private practice dedicated to the integration of psychology and the Catholic faith and toward helping individuals and couples to rediscover their true image founded in God.
In addition to his formal training as a counselor, Dan also draws from his own personal experience of faith, family, and understanding of the battle for purity of heart.
Dan has been a licensed counselor in the State of Colorado since 1999. He completed training and supervision work in the field of sexual addictions through the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction (2007-2009) and was directly trained by Dr. Patrick Carnes and his daughter Dr. Stephanie Carnes.
In 2006, Dan completed certification for adolescent disruptive behavior
disorders as part of the Integrated Psychotherapy Consortium Training
Institute (IPCTI) with Columbia University. This program applied cognitive behavior interventions for adolescents using a family integrated approach.
Dan, his wife, and five beautiful children together enjoy the majesty of the Rocky Mountains.