She received her Bachelor’s degree in psychology at Kennesaw State University and earned a Master’s degree in psychology with a focus on professional counseling from the University of West Georgia. Her approach to psychotherapy is multimodal, and she incorporates expressive therapies in her practice as a means of assisting children, teens, and adults become integrated and connected. She strives to cultivate a therapeutic relationship that is compassionate, accepting, empathetically attuned, and authentic. By engaging in playful, cooperative, and communicative dimensions of art, she ushers in a creative and unique process necessary for self-understanding, growth, and change.
Through creative and unique expression, Danielle accompanies her clients through the process of developing emotional awareness and regulation, mindfulness and intention, and stimulating positive change. She has experience supporting clients through struggles with grief, anxiety and depression, low self-esteem, the development of social skills and difficulty adjusting to transitions but values the exceptional process of every person.
Danielle is under the supervision of Chelsea Harris, LPC, ATR-BC, CPCS.