William J. Shyrer, DCSW, LCSW

CEO & Clinical Director located in Danville, CA & Napa, CA

About Dr. Shyrer

William J. Shryer, DCSW, LCSW, is the clinical director at Blackhawk TMS with offices in Danville and Napa, California. Mr. Shryer has been in private practice since 1981 and provides advanced evidence-based care to improve mental health. His specialties include autism spectrum disorders, mood disorders with addiction, and the anxiety spectrum in children, adults, and their families.

After earning his Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology at California State University in Hayward, Mr. Shryer went on to complete his Master’s degree in social work at the University of California in Berkeley, with a specialization in children and families.

In addition to his patient care, Mr. Shryer has also lectured to college students and professionals about attention deficit disorder and autistic spectrum disorder. He’s also served as a moderator on CCTV for both “Mental Health Perspectives” and “With the Family in Mind.” He also writes for the local newspapers on subjects regarding education and autism, such as failure to launch syndrome, which is defined as the inability to leave home and support oneself, among young men on the spectrum.

Mr. Shryer is always looking for the most advanced treatments for his patients and is currently studying the use of transcranial magnetic stimulation for the treatment of depression and addiction, as well as folate metabolism and its links to depression and substance abuse. 

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William J. Shryer, DCSW, LCSW, is the clinical director at Blackhawk TMS with offices in Danville and Napa, California. Mr. Shryer has been in private practice since 1981 and provides advanced evidence-based care to improve mental health. His specialties include autism spectrum disorders, mood disorders with addiction, and the anxiety spectrum in children, adults, and their families.

After earning his Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology at California State University in Hayward, Mr. Shryer went on to complete his Master’s degree in social work at the University of California in Berkeley, with a specialization in children and families.

In addition to his patient care, Mr. Shryer has also lectured to college students and professionals about attention deficit disorder and autistic spectrum disorder. He’s also served as a moderator on CCTV for both “Mental Health Perspectives” and “With the Family in Mind.” He also writes for the local newspapers on subjects regarding education and autism, such as failure to launch syndrome, which is defined as the inability to leave home and support oneself, among young men on the spectrum.

Mr. Shryer is always looking for the most advanced treatments for his patients and is currently studying the use of transcranial magnetic stimulation for the treatment of depression and addiction, as well as folate metabolism and its links to depression and substance abuse. 


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