Dr Daniel Arhewoh
Early Life and Education
Daniel was raised in New York City. He attended Trevor Day School, Packer Collegiate Institute and Franklin and Marshall College before going on to earn a master’s degree in education from Columbia University Teachers College. Daniel is also an avid musician spanning from Brazilian jazz through Russian and Ukrainian folk music genres.
He has published over 260 peer-reviewed articles in top medical, psychological, psychiatry and neuroimaging journals and made presentations of his research at national scientific conferences, community forums and high schools.
Daniel is currently enrolled with Medicare and offers his services from 2000 Opelousas Street, Lake Charles LA 70601-2641 via telemedicine services. Patients with insurance should verify coverage through Sharecare before initiating care with Daniel.
Daniel has published over 260 peer-reviewed papers in top medical, psychology, psychiatric and neuroimaging journals with over 11,000 citations (H-index of 59 in Google Scholar). Additionally, he is the author of multiple book chapters and presented his research at international scientific meetings as well as community and professional forums.
He has demonstrated an intense dedication to teaching, contributing significantly to curriculum design and lectures at postgraduate programs at the Thompson Institute. Furthermore, he has provided supervision for over thirty PhD, MPhil, and honors students.
Daniel Arhewoh is an active member of the Southwest Louisiana Center for Health Services with an office located at 2000 Opelousas Street Lake Charles Louisiana 70601-2641 He also offers telehealth services, so check with your provider if he is within their network before scheduling an appointment with him.
Daniel currently resides with his wife and two daughters in the Sierra Nevada Mountains near Granada in Spain. His teachings and practices draw upon guidance from living mentors of diverse lineages of ritual arts, his time spent abroad as a student of language and culture, and 25 years of practicing spiritual teachings of Earth and ancestor reverence into his personal life. He is a white, cis-gendered and able-bodied American deeply committed to historical integrity, unpaid ancestral debts, and cultural healing in response to racism, classism and American imperialism. In his practice he offers an unjudgemental space where individuals can feel free to discuss mental health concerns without judgment; additionally he enjoys System of a Down concerts as well as hitting heavy bags at the gym.