Therapy Solutions Today
When a client reaches out for help there's a certain amount of vulnerability and uncertainty which is completely normal. The last thing a client needs is a therapist that doesn't return your phone calls, takes days to call you back or even worse is impossible to get a hold of when you need them.
My clients report a sense of relief and satisfaction when it comes to availability and the knowledge that if I am don't answer right then and there that I can and will get back to them in the near future. Additional feedback connects to quick response timelines, scheduling flexibility and someone that is actively engaged and invested in the client therapist work relationship.
To my client's benefit, I respond (within 2 hours or less on average) and in most cases, can schedule your session within the same work week, sometimes even on the same day or night depending on when you call and my availability. If you call and I'm available to do so I'll provide you with an initial free 15-minute phone consultation. If I’m not in session with a client during business hours, I actually answer my phone.
I provide treatment for:
Marital and Couples Work
People Pleasing Issues
Fear of Abandonment/Rejection/Failure
Repetitive Relationship Failure
Family Enmeshment Issues
Pre and Post Divorce Healing Support
Family Boundary Violations in Couples Relationships
Mild Trauma and PTSD
Isolation or Neglect Recovery
Loss or Grief
Marital Infidelity/Trust Issues
Lack of Identity or Self Confidence
Struggle with Authority Figures
Occupational Performance Issues
Relationship Team Building/Damage Control
Post Rehab Support
Meet Daniel Acosta
Hi, my name is Daniel Acosta, owner, psychotherapist, and founder of Therapy Solutions Today. I’m very excited to be an active part of your journey in healing, acceptance, and so much more. I know from personal experience just how frustrating it is to hear back from a therapist days later (if at all?)... Feel free to reach out to me so I can help you and your loved ones today not tomorrow.
A little bit about me, I’m a father who's been blessed to have been married for over 24 years. I love spending my downtime when I'm not at work connecting, growing with, and appreciating my family. Activities and hobbies that I enjoy include sports, animals, travel, and self-care.
On a personal note, I have a past filled with trauma, child abuse, domestic violence, and emotional neglect. This led me to suffer from shame, guilt, anger, and more. I found a therapist I was able to work with and my individual journey of healing, development, and commitment to self began which ultimately led me to become a Marriage and Family Therapist and a Certified Life Coach.
My clients are busy professionals who have full schedules; as such we get to work right away. I give my clients homework to accelerate their individual growth and healing in their journey and I utilize an empirical and evidenced-based theoretical approach known as "Mindfulness Self-Compassion" by Kristin Neff, Ph.D., and Christopher Germer Ph.D. The relationship with self and the ability to nurture, soothe, self-regulate emotionally in the face of adversity to overcome past trauma is crucial to one's wellness, homeostasis, and quality of life.
Academic learning is amazing and full of opportunities for growth; at the same time, I don't want to discount the value of real-life experience in the context of being able to connect with others and truly understand what they are going through. When appropriate, I leverage my real-life experiences and more to help you and your loved ones with a deeper level of competence and credibility.
Daniel Acosta is in good standing with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences as a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist AMFT #133987 and he's also a Certified Life Coach #3807597. Daniel Acosta is a United States Marine Corps Combat Veteran his MOS was 0341 as an 81mm Mortar man in 1st Battalion, 7th Marines, Weapons Company. Daniel Acosta is also a member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT #120639) and he's honored and privileged to serve you and your loved ones.
Academically, Daniel Acosta graduated from Liberty University in 2014 with his Bachelor's Degree and attained his Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy in 2016 from Touro University with honors (Summa Cum Laude 3.98 GPA).
Daniel Acosta has a history of consistently serving others. As a United States Marine Corps Veteran Daniel Acosta volunteered and was recognized for his effort to battle brush fires as part of a Marine Corps Support Element to assist local and national firefighting units in Nevada in 1990.
Daniel Acosta served in Desert Shield as part of the 7th Regimental Combat Team in 1990 by deploying with the advance party into Saudi Arabia one week after Saddam Hussein had invaded and overrun Kuwait City. Daniel Acosta went on to serve in combat during operations in Desert Storm in 1991 as part of Task Force Ripper. Daniel Acosta deployed to other areas in the world during his tour of duty including Okinawa, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines, and more.
In 2011, Daniel Acosta partnered with his spouse and formed an organization called Feed the Children that is based in the Philippines. This organization focuses on providing humanitarian assistance to impoverished families in the Estanza community in the Philippines.
In 2020, Daniel Acosta continued this trend at the onset of the Coronavirus pandemic by providing over 100 Pro Bono Hours of Psychotherapy to the public as fears of food and supply shortages, shutdowns, loss of employment and income, and anxiety swelled in the community as detailed in the article below. Daniel continues to serve the public and looks forward to the privilege to serve you and your loved ones.
Daniel Acosta is currently volunteering his services pro bono as a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist at The Palms at La Quinta Assisted Living and Memory Care to give back to the men and women on staff that sacrificed so much during and after the pandemic hit and spread amongst the elderly population that they consistently and selflessly serve.