Danielle graduated magna cum laude from Yale University with a degree in Ethics, Politics and Economics. While at Yale she was the coxswain for a two-time national championship crew team.
During her post-college years of travel and exploration, she found her passion in psychology. She achieved her Master’s Degree in Integral Counseling Psychology at the California Institute for Integral Studies in San Francisco where she had the opportunity to study and train under scholars and counseling professionals at the forefront of the field of psychology.
Danielle uses evidence-based modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy as part of an integrative and multi-dimensional approach that considers the whole person – mind, body, emotions and soul – within the greater context of family, community and the world.
She draws on neuroscience, psychodynamic theory, meditative traditions, somatic psychology, social justice, psychological research and humor.
Danielle is always learning and is most excited by the ongoing journey of reevaluating and reintegrating her approach in light of emerging science or perspectives that allow her to expand her ideas and narratives. She has the opportunity to share and further evolve her treatment approach through her work as a consultant to counseling professionals internationally.