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Danielle offers psychotherapy for adults (individuals, couples, and groups) and enjoys working with a wide range of people and concerns. Her focus areas include life stages/transitions in adulthood and parenting, complicated grief, relational challenges, intimacy disorders, partner betrayal trauma, shame resilience, identity issues, depression, and anxiety. 
Many live with the inner conflict between life’s longings, the pursuit of happiness, and the hope that things are not as they should or could be. Danielle offers a space for clients to sift through their stories of origin and pain, expand their emotional awareness, and practice new behaviors to live in unity with themselves and with others. She approaches therapy with a trauma-informed, attachment-focused lens and integrates various theories, including person-centered, psychodynamic, and family systems.
Before entering the counseling profession, Danielle worked in various settings that allowed her to be at home with her family and support her husband, a touring musician. When she is not in the office, she finds ways to work with her hands, whether in the dirt gardening, repurposing discarded home goods, or using her sewing skills to mend and fashion new items. These offer her a gratifying sense of creativity, construction, reconstruction, repair, and restoration.
Danielle is a National Certified Counselor with a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and a specialized focus in Marriage and Family Therapy. She is pursuing licensure in Tennessee as a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist.
M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Richmont Graduate University
B.S. in Apparel Design, Louisiana State University
National Certified Counselor (NBCC #1600597)
Graduate Certificate in Marriage & Family Therapy
Level I and Level II Training of Gottman Method of Therapy for Couples
Prepare/Enrich Facilitator