Michael Daulerio, MS


Michael earned his psychology degree from Temple University before achieving a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Villanova University. His journey with Ethos began under the guidance of co-founder Tom Connell, where he underwent training before officially joining as an individual and group therapist. Michael specializes in handling cases involving both mental health and substance use.

With a diverse background, Michael contributed to Villanova counseling center's peer mentorship group therapy program, worked at the Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and conducted research at the Temple University Ellman lab, focusing on mood disorders, psychosis spectrum disorders, and co-occurring conditions.

In his clinical practice, Michael centers his approach on Rogerian principles, emphasizing unconditional acceptance and nonjudgment. He incorporates elements of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to address maladaptive core beliefs and behaviors. Currently, Michael works with both adolescents and adults, addressing a range of mental health and substance use-related conditions.