The Wings Center Clinical Director, Outpatient Counseling
Dan Sartor is the Clinical Director of the Wings Center at Eagle Ranch, Inc. He is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist (GA & IL) and Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (IL). He holds national board certification as a counselor (NBCC) and as a clinical supervisor (ACS). Dan has garnered over 25 years of experience in mental health care as a generalist in clinical psychology, addressing issues of depression, anxiety, grief, and relational difficulties. Dan’s clinical specialties include trauma and complex trauma recovery, sexuality issues, addiction recovery, marital therapy, and the integration of Christian faith with clinical practice. His mission is to facilitate personal renewal, relational restoration, and spiritual vitality through counseling, teaching, writing, and personal encounters in the lives of individuals, families, and communities.
Prior to joining the team at Eagle Ranch, Dan maintained a diverse private practice of psychotherapy, executive coaching, corporate training, program evaluation, and clinical supervision for domestic and international organizations on trauma-informed care and organizational health. Dan has been featured on WebMD and provided several keynote and workshop presentations on trauma- and faith-related topics. Dan also served as the Vice President of Integration and a Professor of Counseling at
Richmont Graduate University, where he developed curriculum and taught, supervised, and mentored graduate students in a faith-based CACREP-accredited mental health counseling program.
Dan holds a M.A. and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Biola University (Rosemead School of Psychology) and an M.A. in Counseling from Reformed Theological Seminary. He completed a M.B.A. from Kennesaw State University, and he earned a B.A. in Music from Moody Bible Institute. Dan has been married to his wife, Robin, for over 30 years, and together they share life with their four young adult children and a son-by-marriage and a 14-year-old miniature dachshund.