About Dan Gottlieb | Dr. Dan Gottlieb: Speaker, Counselor, Human
Dan began his practice in 1969 after receiving undergraduate and graduate degrees at Temple University. As a young psychologist, his early career specialized in addictions where he ultimately was the director of a community based treatment program at Belmont Institute in Philadelphia. At the time he was director of two outpatient clinics and one inpatient unit supervising over 30 staff. He was also a graduate of the highly respected Family Institute of Philadelphia, a program that later elected him as president. During this time he became a highly respected clinician, teacher and supervisor of psychiatrists, psychologists and clinical social workers. He taught at Hahnemann University and consulted and taught with most of the universities throughout the region. Personally, he was happily married and had loved being a father to his young daughters. However, his early successes were tragically interrupted. In 1979 Dan was in a near fatal automobile accident which left him paralyzed from