Daniel Seigel, LMFT
About Daniel Seigel
Daniel Seigel, M.Ed., Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, hails from Birmingham, where he graduated from The Altamont School and Birmingham-Southern College. He gained his first Master’s degree from Peabody Conservatory, and second from the University of Montevallo, where he earned a Master’s of Education with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy. While completing the latter, Daniel also spent a year as a faculty member back on the Hilltop at the BSC Conservatory.
It did not take long for Daniel to demonstrate his talent as a therapist, when still as a graduate student, he sought and received an internship at American Behavioral Benefit Managers (ABBM), a local for-profit psychiatric managed-care company. At ABBM, Daniel quickly gained the trust of his supervisor and care managers, who proceeded to refer him a full schedule of individual, marital, and family clients, a rare opportunity for a graduate student (and unprecedented for ABBM).
Daniel is active in the Birmingham arts community, as have been his parents for decades. He has helped design web sites for Opera Birmingham and renowned local choral group, Sursum Corda, and enjoys keeping up with the latest advances in technology and gadgetry. Likewise, Daniel serves as Pitts & Associates’ web guru, helping to enhance our web site, drbertpitts.com, making it accessible and versatile for smartphones, formatting our newsletter, ShrinkRap, and performing other valuable services for the practice.
Daniel accepts most major insurances.
SpecialtiesFamily Conflict, Marital / Premarital, Parenting
Age Group FocusAdolescents, Adults
Treatment ApproachesCoaching, Family / Marital, Family Systems, Imago
IssuesADHD, Anger Management, Anxiety, Behavior Issues, Child or Adolescent, Coping Skills, Depression, Divorce, Family Conflict, Goal Setting, Grief, Infidelity, Introversion, Life Coaching, Marital / Premarital, Men’s Issues, Oppositional Defiance, Parenting, Relationship Issues, Self Esteem, Sex Drive - Low, Spirituality, Transgender, Trauma / PTSD, Women’s Issues