Daniel Willman


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Early Life and Education

Daniel Willman is a family therapist in Milwaukee, WI specializing in marriage & family therapy. His practice can be found at 11489 Courtney Waters; accepts multiple insurance plans as well as providing telehealth appointments.

Willman is an exceptional artist who enjoys depicting the seasonal changes of Mohawk Valley and Adirondack Mountains with watercolor paintings. He has conducted classes and workshops on watercolor painting techniques.

Willman stood out among his peers by having to work hard in order to sustain his dream of becoming a professional tennis player. Starting out by doing paper rounds and working at garden centres, his work kept his dream alive of becoming one. Now, as New Zealand’s highest ranked player he is poised to gain entry into next month’s Heineken Open tournament at Stanley St in Auckland with a wildcard entry as one of its wildcard entries.

Professional Career

Daniel Willman, LMFT is a Marriage and Family Therapist practicing in Milwaukee, WI since 2007. He accepts multiple insurance plans as well as providing telehealth appointments; additionally he can communicate with patients via email.

Willman represented New Zealand at Davis Cup and attained an impressive ranking of #285 on the professional circuit. Additionally, he served as coach and selector for New Zealand under-12s and under-14s teams from 2005 through 2006.

He currently works for Allianz Life as a Windows Client Security Engineer, Principal. Prior to that he worked at Shepherd Insurance Solutions. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration and currently resides in Champlin, Minnesota.

Achievement and Honors

Daniel Willman of New Zealand currently leads his countrymen in Futures Tour rankings and stands a good chance at receiving one of two remaining wildcards for January’s Heineken Open tournament at Stanley Street, Auckland. If that occurs he may nab it over fellow New Zealander Mark Nielsen (ranked lower), who has come up short against Daniel in three matches this year.

Willman views participating at his hometown tournament as a monumental personal milestone, since only last year he stood there and watched, uncertain of what direction his tennis career was heading in.

He persevered through paper routes and jobs at garden centres and warehouses to pursue his dream, until finally, it paid off. His determination paid off.

Personal Life

Dan Willman took an indefinite leave of absence from tennis after both of his parents passed away within three days of each other, working in garden centres and warehouses as a means of support and reviewing his career options before returning two years ago to compete on the circuit.

He currently stands at 356 and hopes to secure a wildcard entry into this year’s tournament at Stanley Street in Auckland, becoming the first New Zealander since the 1980s to do so.

He works with individuals struggling with relationship issues, depression, family conflict, alternative lifestyles (kink), and self-esteem issues. He has experience using various therapy techniques including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Adlerian Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Interpersonal Psychotherapy Psychotherapy, Motivational Interviewing etc.

Net Worth

Willman currently has amassed an estimated net worth of $4 Million through television shows, YouTube channel videos and live magic performances. Furthermore, Willman owns a home filled with vintage magic props and antique magic-show lithographs that has added greatly to his fortune.

He and Jillian Sipkins share one daughter. They often post adorable pictures of her to social media, showing just how happy both parties appear together.

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