Nathan Daich, LCSW
Reaching Higher Counseling, LLC
Adults, Adolescents & Children (age 2+):
Academic Performance, ADHD, Anger Management, Anxiety, Attachment Disorders, Autism, Domestic Violence, Family Counseling, Marriage/Couples, Mood Disorders, Parenting, PTSD, Self-Harm, Self-Worth
Nathan received his bachelor's degree from Weber State University, then his master's in Social Work from the University of Utah in 2004. Nathan has worked in multiple mental health settings, including inpatient hospitals, community mental health centers, and various educational programs. In those settings, he ran therapy groups, did family therapy work, and individual therapy in both crisis and outpatient settings. He has worked in close connection with other agencies such as foster care, probation, academic programs, and substance abuse programs.
Nathan has worked with children and teens of all ages for over 10 years. In working with children, Nathan specializes in ADHD, Attachment issues, behavioral disorders and parent-child conflict. He focuses on the use of positive psychology and strength-based training to increase the abilities and desires of children to succeed and improve performance at home and at school. Nathan has worked with those on the autistic spectrum for 10 years, helping them to build social skills and teach parents how to respond to their needs. Nathan also has a passion for working with clients struggling with OCD, PTSD, and other anxiety-related disorders.
When not at work, I enjoy spending time with my wife and four children. Engaging in sports, hiking, camping, and playing musical instruments are also favorite pastimes.
Nathan accepts self pay and clergy-assisted payment, along with the following insurances: • Blue Cross Blue Shield • DMBA out of network • EMI • PEHP • Tricare • Select Health (Care, Choice, Med plans) • WISE Network
I believe strongly in using multiple approaches to therapy to fit the individual needs of each person I see. I draw from Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Positive Psychology, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Parent-Child Interactional Therapy. I use these to build on the strengths of individuals, and help them become more capable. I heard once that everyone is a genius in their own way, but if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will always fail! I keep this in mind in my practice.