For over two decades, Dr. Daniel Glick has devoted himself to helping others through a personalized approach to psychiatric care that combines modern healing practices with a unique empathy and respect for his patients. Dr. Glick’s medical practice integrates psychiatry, psychotherapy, addiction medicine, diagnosis, treatment and psychopharmacology to offer his patients a full spectrum of assistance with their health care needs.
Credentials and Certification
Dr. Glick received his medical degree from The University of Arizona College of Medicine in 1984, and subsequently completed his internship at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center in Phoenix. He completed his residency and served as chief resident in Psychiatry at the Maricopa County Medical Center. He also served 3 years as Medical Director of the Alcohol & Drug Dependency program for Cigna Healthcare Arizona. He opened his private practice in 1989.
Dr. Glick has been a Diplomat of The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology since 1993. He is a member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine, American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry and has received a service recognition by the National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependency (NCADD) for his work in addiction medicine. Additionally, Dr. Glick has provided consultation services to the Arizona Board of Medical Examiners, Arizona Bar Association, several professional sports franchises and a number of Fortune 500 companies.
Dr. Glick actively works with a number of men’s service organizations to help address the unique and often underserved needs of men. As a certified leader candidate with The ManKind Project, he has participated in various men’s groups, coordinated and conducted leadership workshops, and participated in powerful, transformational trainings with inmates at Folsom Prison’s Inside Circle.
Dr. Glick frequently receives referrals from internationally renowned addiction treatment centers such as the Betty Ford Clinic, Sierra Tucson, Cottonwood de Tucson, and the Talbott Recovery Campus—among many others. In addition to his specialization in addiction medicine, Dr. Glick has extensive experience helping “Impaired and Addicted Professionals” overcome issues that undermine their ability to work and live at their best.
In the effort to extend the reach of his healing, Dr. Glick has taught in residency programs, spoken at industry conferences and made radio and television appearances. He also has been interviewed in a number of books, newspapers and periodicals. For a comprehensive list of Dr. Glick’s experience and areas of specialization, please click here.
A Unique Combination of Professional and Personal Experience
At a young age, Dr. Glick demonstrated a high degree of empathy and awareness for the suffering of those around him. Inspired in part by the experiences of his parents, both Holocaust survivors, this compassion evolved into a lifelong commitment to healing the emotional hardships of others.
Today, Dr. Glick’s practice fulfills this commitment by providing his patients with highly individualized care that combines a unique specialization in Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine. Dr. Glick attributes his expertise in these areas as much to his personal experience as to his professional training. Ten years ago, while undergoing treatment for a degenerative back condition, Dr. Glick developed an addiction to pain killers. This difficult time marked the beginning of a journey that would redefine him personally and professionally.
After undergoing treatment to overcome his dependency, Dr. Glick emerged with a heightened sense of empathy and a profound respect for others who have battled similar experiences. Working tirelessly, and with a newfound perspective and passion, he was able to regain his standing in the medical community. He not only re-established his practice, but has built an even stronger offering of services for his patients. Dr. Glick has been widely recognized and acknowledged for the manner in which he transformed his own personal experiences into instruments of healing.