Daniel Pardo, Psy.D. is a Psychology Resident, providing individual and family therapy for children, adolescents, and adults at MAPS Behavioral Health. Dr. Pardo completed his Doctor of Psychology degree in Clinical Psychology and also his Master of Science degree in Clinical Psychology at Loyola University Maryland. He has participated in specialized training to provide Parent-Child Interaction Therapy. Dr. Pardo’s previous professional experience obtained as part of completing internships and practicums for the doctoral program, included: providing outpatient individual and family therapy, conducting psychological assessments for children through adults in varied settings such as community-based, specialty and rehabilitation hospital, school based and a university clinic. Dr. Pardo conducted universal prevention programs for depression and anxiety among college students and facilitated behavioral therapy and applied behavioral analysis for groups of children with ADHD and individuals with Autism, respectively. In addition, Dr. Pardo has training and experience in working with refugees, including the use of an interpreter in order to provide mental health services.