Daniel Gutierrez is an Assistant Professor in the Counselor Education program at William & Mary, the coordinator of the addictions emphasis for the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program, and the faculty director of the New Leaf Clinic.
He is also a Licensed Professional Counselor in North Carolina, Florida, and Virginia with experience working in outpatient addiction settings, community counseling clinics, behavioral hospitals and private practice, and as a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor and a Board Certified Counselor.
His clinical interests primarily focus on working with under-served and vulnerable populations. In terms of research, Dr. Gutierrez focuses on developing and evaluating evidence based practices for working with marginalized and vulnerable populations, the influence of spirituality and related existential factors on mental health, and the process of addiction recovery.
Dr. Gutierrez has presented his work at national, international, regional, and state conferences, and has published in a variety of peer-reviewed national journals. He now serves as the Associate Editor for Quantitative research for the Journal of Counseling and Development and the Associate Editor for Theory and Practice for the Counseling and Values. He is also a member of the editorial review board for Counselor Education and Supervision, and the Journal of Addiction and Offender Counseling. His is also a former member of the executive board of the Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling, a division of the American Counseling Association.
Ph.D. in Counselor Education, University of Central Florida, 2014
M.A. in Mental Health Counseling, University of Central Florida, 2009
B.A. in Psychology, University of Central Florida, 2005
Gutierrez, D., Fox, J., Jones, K., & Fallon, E. (2018). The treatment planning of experienced counselors: A qualitative examination. Journal of Counseling and Development. 96, 86-95. DOI: 10.1002/j.1556-6676.2014.00000.x
Gutierrez, D., Mullen, P. R. , & Fox J. D. (2017). Exploring emotional intelligence among master's level counseling trainees. Counselor Education and Supervision. 56, 19-32. doi: 10.1002/ceas.12057.
Gutierrez, D., Carlson, R., Daire, A. P., & Young, M. E. (2017). Evaluating treatment
outcomes using the integrative model for brief couples counseling. The Family Journal, 25, 5-12. doi:10.1177/1066480716678619.
Gutierrez, D., Conley, A. H., & Young, M.E. (2016). The effect of jyoti meditation on
student counselors' stress and emotional intelligence: A randomized controlled trial.
Counselor Education and Supervision. 55, 109-121.
Gutierrez, D., Barden, S.M., Gonzalez, J., & Ali, S. (2016). Perspectiva masculina: An exploration of intimate partners of Latina breast cancer survivors. The Family Journal. 24, 222-229. doi: 10.1177/1066480716648690
Gutierrez, D., & Mullen, P.R. (2016). Emotional intelligence and the counselor:
Examining the contribution of trait emotional intelligence to counselor burnout. Journal
of Mental Health Counseling. 38, 187-200.
Gutierrez, D., Fox, J. D., & Wood, A. W. (2015). Center, light, and sound: The psychological
benefits of three distinct meditation practices. Counseling and Values, 60, 234-247. doi: