Therapy with Danielle:
Relationships are the cornerstone of human life. When current or past relationships with others have been conflictual or traumatic, or when an important person has been lost, our mental health can be impacted. For adults and children, this can look like depression, anxiety, and behavioral or developmental changes and concerns. My goal is to support clients and families in working through current life and relationship stressors, as well as process past challenging experiences and understand how those might be impactful now. I am passionate about helping clients and families to be fully present and grounded in their current relationships and lives!
Danielle is a Licensed Master’s Social Worker and is endorsed as an Infant Mental Health Mentor through the Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health. She received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Women’s & Gender Studies from Eastern Michigan University and her master’s degree in Social Work from The University of Michigan. She has been providing therapy for children, adults, and families in Southeast Michigan since 2008. Danielle also supervises an Infant Mental Health community-based program in the metro Detroit area.
Danielle’s role is to provide a safe space for clients to explore challenges and strengths, understand their past and how it impacts their present, and work to integrate feelings and experiences for a more fulfilling future. Danielle’s theoretical framework for therapy comes from Psychodynamic, Attachment, Dialectical Behavioral, and Cognitive-Behavioral theories. Danielle works with clients of all ages, and uses relationship-based techniques to support clients and families in understanding why they engage with others in the ways they do and use that understanding to make positive changes.
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