Brady G. Daniel, MA, LPC-S, specializes in anxiety and anger and has extensive experience working with relational issues within couples, men, helping professionals, pastors/ministers, and helping people recognize their programming within their mind that is impacting their bodies from moving forward. He serves patients at Integrated Counseling and Wellness in Colleyville, Texas.
Brady takes an integrative, holistic approach to counsel, looking at the body, soul, and spirit to see the areas of disharmony while meeting people where they are in life and walking alongside them as they take their next step.
A native Texan, Brady graduated in 2004 from Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma, with a Bachelor of Science in human development and family science. In December of 2005, Brady completed his master's degree in counseling from Dallas Baptist University in Dallas, Texas.
Since Brady became licensed as a professional counselor, he has served on the staff of multiple churches and private practices. Brady has spent nine years working in the church, teaching people how to hear God’s voice and become whole. He is also an adjunct professor at The King’s University, in Southlake, Texas, in the Biblical Counseling and Marriage and Family departments, helping future counselors and ministers.
In his downtime, Brady enjoys spending time with his wife, daughter, and two sons, being active within his church family, working out, competing in whatever there is to compete in, and spending time in the mountains and ocean.
Brady looks forward to treating new and existing patients at Integrated Counseling and Wellness in Colleyville, Texas.