Atlanta Pride Mind
Welcome to Atlanta's LGBTQ

Mental Health & Counseling Services

Atlanta Psychiatry & Psychotherapy Associates, LLP
LGBTQ Outreach Website for APPA
On the Peachford Hospital Campus: 2150 Peachford Rd, Suite A
Atlanta, Georgia, 30338 (770) 674-0553



Daniel P. David, PhD, LMSW
Executive Director
Atlanta Psychiatry & 
Psychotherapy Associates

"When you're struggling with life-controlling problems, it's important to get the help that you need. I provide a respectful and confidential therapeutic experience along with a full range of therapy options and affordable fees."


Your mental health and wellness begins by you taking the first step: give me a call and you can begin your road to recovery today!"  

CALL Dr. Daniel P. David 

or 770-674-0553 option 3























Our Metro Atlanta Metropolitan services areas include: Atlanta, Alpharetta, Marietta, Roswell, Decatur, Lawrenceville, Buckhead, Johns Creek, Roswell, Duluth, Woodstock, Acworth, Sandy Springs, Symrna, Ellijay, and North Georgia.




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Daniel P. David is a warm, compassionate person and a skilled psychotherapist. He specializes in working with men who desire to improve their lives. He offers a breadth of keen insights from years of real world experiences outside of the consultation room along with his extensive clinical training and expertise.  Dr. David has worked with all sorts of men from adolescents to corporate professionals, medical professionals, lawyers, small business owners, celebrities, young career seekers and senior statesmen.   He works with men who desire to achieve deep inner healing. He has worked with individuals and families in crisis for more than 25 years. He draws from a well of life experiences as a result of living and working with a broad spectrum of individuals and communities in New York City, the U.K., South Korea, and Dakar, Senegal Africa.  Dr. David is a formerly ordained minister who retired after 20 years in ministry within a large evangelical denomination. He left the ministry at a time when the anti-LGBT message became it's loudest and most harmful to people. He now works with young men who were harmed by zealous "pray-the-gay-away" ministries and victims of Christian gay-reparative therapies.  He understands the damage that these ministries have done to gay young men and he works with these young men to help them heal.  Dr. David completed his postgraduate counseling psychotherapy training at the University of Oxford in England. He achieved his Ph.D. at Walden University. His doctoral research was in the areas of human resilience psychology, trauma, compassion fatigue, and clinical practice. His concentration was in Clinical Social Work.   He is skilled in psycho-dynamic therapy, addiction recovery,  dialectical behavioral therapy, brief depth therapy, inner child work, shadow work, unconscious motivational therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and life coaching. He provides individual and group therapy for men in Atlanta. Dr. David draws from his 20 years experience in the world outside of the therapist's consultation room. After leaving the business and corporate finance world (Bear Stearns, Inc.) as a young man, he became an experienced community leader and ran a nonprofit agency and outreach to street gangs in New York City as its executive director. He raised nearly a million dollars for various community programs through his business relationships in New York City.  He was also recognized for his work by the New York City Mayor's office as well as the New York State Governor's office and NY State Senators. He also has international experience living and working  abroad on projects in S. Korea, Senegal (Africa), and in England. He worked for two British government agencies in London and Oxfordshire that aided refugee asylum seekers and disadvantaged populations.  Dr. David has a deep understanding of human nature and the dynamics of interpersonal relationships. His specialty is working through the unconscious thoughts, feelings, memories, hurts, and desires that can negatively impact our relationships, hurt self-esteem, and undermine confidence. He is skilled in psychodynamic therapy, addiction recovery, dialectical behavioral therapy, mentalization-based therapy, inner child work, shadow work, cognitive behavioral therapy, and life coaching. He provides individual and group therapy for men.  He works with men to get to the heart of deep and often hidden wounds that are behind most self-sabotage and self-destructive behaviors that cause life-controlling issues. He approaches therapy with clients using great skill, care, sensitivity, and a deep respect for all those with whom he works. As a therapist and life coach,

Academic Achievements & Experiences:

PhD in Clinical Social Work at Walden University; Postgraduate Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Training at the University of Oxford (England); Intensively Trained in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT): Behavioral Technology Group, LLC; 25 years experience helping adults, adolescents and families in crises resolve their problems and improve their lives. Experienced in Partial Hospitalization Outpatient Care & Post-hospitalization Aftercare for Psychiatric Conditions & Addiction Recover Types of Treatment: Individual Therapy Psychodynamic & Psychoanalytical Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Mentalization-Based Treatment (MBT) Cognitive Behavioral Group Therapy Young Men's (20+) Addiction Recovery Group Life Coaching  Free Seminars Special Interests: Young Adult & Adult Male Psychological Health & Personal Success Men With Borderline Personality Disorder Addiction Recovery for Men Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in Adult Males Shame-Trauma as a result of religious abuse 

 
 
 
 
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