LCSW, LPC , LADC
Greetings! My name is David Eppner.
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor in CT. I am also a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in Massachusetts and South Carolina. My
practice is open to adults aged 18 and up.
A little bit about myself, I have over 16 years’ experience, in a variety of settings, including, tele-health, in-person, and outpatient clinics. I have
expertise in treating depression, anxiety, PTSD, ADHD, personality disorders, trauma, grief/loss, adoption, infertility related issues, psychosis, dysphoria (gender, body), substance and alcohol dependence. I am clinically trained in
CBT, DBT, TF-CBT, RBT, MST, ICT, MI and MET. My approach is strength based, patient focused, and humanistic. I utilize creative processes to empower you. My priority is to assist you in developing healthy coping skills, reduce stressors and there presenting symptoms, while building a strong therapeutic relationship. I work to create a safe space for all backgrounds, ethnicities,
male, female, non-binary, various sexual orientations, and genders. My viewpoint is that you are unique; I truly want to hear your stories, understand the systems that are impacting you, to help you heal, move forward, and
achieve your life goals.
I am a graduate of Tulane University “Go Green Wave” (BS Psychology) Argosy University (MA, Forensic Psychology) and Louisiana State University “Go Tigers” (Master of Social Work), as well as completing post graduate courses in
Assessment and Testing and Evaluation with Southern Connecticut State University. I live with my wife, and two Siberian cats, in Connecticut. I enjoy cooking (I’ve had 5 recipes published), traveling, museums, theater, reading,
skiing, golfing, daily walks during the winter, and 25–30-mile bike rides during the summer. I am an avid sports fan (Yankees, Rangers, Knicks, Giants, Pats,and Saints).
I look forward to meeting you, to working with you, and helping you to achieve
health and wellness.