Tyler Shank

Clinical Psychologist, PHD

Daniel Sanderson - Clinical Psychologist, PHD

Sanderson is a clinical psychologist with an e-therapy and private practice at the Therapy Associates Group of St. George, Utah. He’s also a skilled forensic and neuro-psychologist with a particular passion for psychological assessment and evaluations as they pertain to assisting in intervention and treatment. Sanderson has provided counseling, treatment and therapy for children, adolescents, adults, couples and families for more than 25 years. He is known for his developmental, experiential approach to treatment and his unconventional therapeutic sessions; successful interventions and disruptions. Sanderson has extensive experience in treating attention deficit disorder; attention deficit hyperactivity disorder; bipolar disorder, oppositional defiant disorder and personality disorders. In addition, Sanderson has treated substance abuse and addiction, process addictions, drug and alcohol addiction; eating disorders and sexual disorders. Sanderson has worked with split & blended families; adoption and international adoptions as well as treating reactive attachment disorder.

He earned his doctorate degree in clinical psychology from Brigham Young University. “Doc Dan” is what his clients use to reference him. Sanderson is the creator of the “developmental vacation model” which is a highly successful and unique theory for treating adolescent and young adult behavior issues. He is the father of five children.

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