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Glory McDaniel

Therapist

Glory McDaniel

Glory McDaniel earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Human Services with emphases in Domestic Violence Counseling and Addiction Counseling from the Metropolitan State University of Denver (MSUD) in 2013. She interned with the Center for Trauma and Resilience, formerly known as Denver Center for Crime Victims (DCCV), and later joined the Colorado Organization of Victim Assistance (COVA) as their Human Trafficking Case Manager. In May of 2018, she earned her Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Program from Denver Seminary. Glory is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Marriage and Family Therapist Candidate (MFT-C), and Licensed Addiction Counselor (LAC).

Glory is a bilingual therapist of Puerto Rican heritage, peer mentor, peer supervisor, clinical supervisor, and consultant working with specific treatment of co-occurring substance use disorders and post-traumatic stress, leading both English and Spanish groups, educating the community as well as individual counseling. She serves on the board of the Colorado Association of Addiction Professionals (CAAP).

Glory is a facilitator and trainer-of-trainers for Mending the Soul (MTS) groups and Seeking Safety groups for women survivors of domestic violence (DV)/Intimate Partner Violence (IPV), focusing on healing from physical, psychological, emotional, financial, and spiritual abuse. She is currently training male and LGBTQAI+ members to become Mending the Soul group facilitators.

Glory's dream has always been to help those individuals needing help by providing support, counseling, and education on various topics including domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, anxiety, depression, mental illness, and substance use disorder, She maintains a thriving private practice called Bilingual Counseling Services, LLC.

In 2020, Glory created Crisálida, Inc., a 501(c)3 nonprofit to help abused women and children, and victims of crime, by providing necessary life skills and relational support that will empower them to become self-sufficient and live a functional and thriving life.