Associate Marriage and Family Therapist
As a therapist I believe transformation is a life long skill that can be a terrifying, thrilling and an empowering process. I try my best to provide a safe environment to my clients and to join them where they are, on their own unique process to better themselves. When an individual is allowed to speak freely, it promotes acceptance, understanding one’s own values/ beliefs and allows growth. As a client centered therapist it is my commitment to offer authenticity, collaboration and an empathetic approach to ones individual journey. It is a honor and privilege to provide an encouraging and positive therapeutic experience.
Experience, Orientation and special considerations:
Prior to working at Center for Hope and Strength, Danielle worked for San Diego unified school district where she worked with children ages 2-18 and their families. Danielle also works with teenagers and adults in residential who are dealing with trauma and eating disorders. Danielle therapy background orientation would be cognitive behavior and dialectic behavior therapy.
Master degree in clinical psychology from the University of San Francisco.
Licensing, Associations and Affiliations:
Associate Marriage and Family Therapist AMFT # 88043 supervised by Diane Lass, PhD PSY23820