Daniel Hai is a clinical psychology doctoral candidate at Ryokan College, Los Angeles. He is currently attending classes for his post-doctoral neuropsychology degree at Fielding Graduate University. He received his neuropsychology certification from UC Berkeley Extension. He received his MA in clinical psychology from Ryokan College and his BA in psychology at California State University, Northridge. Daniel is a registered psych assistant (PSB94022097) who conducts clinical intake sessions and produces reports that regard priests, neurological disorders, personal injury cases, surgeons, sex offenders, learning disabilities, substance abuse, autism spectrum disorders, social phobia, trauma, gender identification issues, and borderline disorder. Daniel tackles referral questions for a diverse population and age range that cover a wide range of high gravity issues rooted in psychiatric, acculturation stress, head injury, suspected child molestation, forensic, fit for duty, neurological, and ethical concerns. Daniel has training and provides extensive treatment rooted in dialectical and cognitive behavioral therapy interventions. His clinical experiences include treatment to violent adults. Daniel leads adolescent and adult female and male therapy groups that focus on family dynamics; self harm prevention, affect regulation, and trauma coping utilities. Daniel's areas of study include neuropsychological testing and treatment planning for anxiety, somatic symptoms, trauma, OCD, effort measurement, borderline disorder, and autism spectrum. He is currently researching the WAIS-IV Block Design subtest as an embedded effort measurement utility. He is also an associate editor of, "The International Journal of Psychology and Neuroscience.