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*VIRTUAL SESSIONS ONLY AT THIS TIME*

Daniela does not accept insurance.

Ages Served: 

10 and up​

Self Pay Rate:

Individual Therapy:

$150/50-minute session 

$250/80-minute session 

Couples/Family Therapy:

$175/50-minute session

$275/80-minute session

Daniela Krotzer,  LMSW, CMHIMP, CCTHP, CDBT
Supervised by Kimberly Goodwin, LCSW-S

About Me

Dr. Daniela Krotzer, LMSW, CMHIMP, CCTHP, CDBT

Supervised by Kimberly Goodwin, LCSW-S

Dr. Krotzer is an experienced Chief Executive Officer and licensed mental health provider in the behavioral health care industry. She is a highly educated professional, having attended both the University of Texas at San Antonio and Harvard University. She holds a PhD in Applied Demography and a Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of Texas at San Antonio. She has also completed a Nonprofit Management graduate certificate from Harvard University. While at the University of Texas, Dr. Krotzer became the Public Advocacy Campaign winner, the Provost Summer Research Scholar, and received The University of Texas at San Antonio School Public Policy Community Summit Award. Dr. Krotzer is also the author of several publications. Click HERE for details. 

Currently, Dr. Krotzer is an instructor for Angelo State University, Baylor University, the University of Tennessee, the University of Texas at Arlington, the University of Texas at El Paso, the University of Texas at San Antonio, Our Lady of the Lake University, Walden University, Western New Mexico University, and Winthrop University.

Dr. Krotzer holds certifications in the following specialty areas:   Certified Mental Health Integrative Medicine Provider, Certified Clinical Telemental Health Provider, Certified Dialectical Behavior Therapist, and is also an EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) Clinician currently pursuing certification. She is also Gottman Level 1, 2 & 3 trained to enhance her work with couples. 

Dr. Krotzer is bilingual in German and English and can provide services in both languages.  She enjoys working with ages 10 and up, adults, families, and couples. Specialty areas include military, foster care/adoption, trauma work, PTSD, depression, anxiety, phobias, perfectionism, and extensive work with healthcare professionals, mental health professionals and other professional executives.

Dr. Krotzer wants you to know she understands that life can be complicated! We are all human. At some point, we all need help navigating the rough waters of our lives. Sometimes, we find ourselves hurt by the people we care about the most. And sometimes we hurt them back. That is not who we are, but we often don't know another way. We can be stuck in cycles of disappointment, anger, anxiety, and depression.  Conflict is inevitable, but thankfully, resolutions are possible. All of us were created to have meaningful lives and, my aim in therapy is to help my clients learn how to have it.

Contact

Please contact me to check appointment availability or inquire about my DBT skills groups.