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Dan Fassio is a doctoral student at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology in Washington, DC training under Dr. Debra Brosius, Licensed Clinical Psychologist. He will be focusing on therapeutic services, but can also offer psychological and psychoeducational testing under Dr. Brosius’ supervision. 

Dan graduated with distinction from Washington and Lee University before obtaining a master's degree from Harvard University and a juris doctorate from the College of William and Mary.  He previously practiced law with various firms and organizations before deciding to pursue psychology.   His clinical interests include health psychology, adjustment and life transitions, anxiety, and the impact of workplace and academic stressors. Dan welcomes the opportunity to work with patients from various age groups and backgrounds who are coping with a variety of life circumstances.

Because Dan is a graduate student in training, he is on site Tuesday-Thursday beginning in August 2022.  His services will be offered at a reduced rate. If you would like to inquire about working with Dan, please contact our scheduling assistant, Gretchen, at 703-288-3300. 

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Dr. Debra Brosius Licensed Clinical Psychologist with over 20 years of experience.

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