Danielle graduated from Loyola University Chicago with a Master’s in Social Work in 2018. She has experience as a middle school social worker supporting students with diverse needs. Her approach to therapy prioritizes a solution-focused mindset, equity-oriented practices, and developing self-efficacy in clients. She has a strong commitment to providing identity-based learning opportunities to support clients and families.
Utilizing a multisystemic approach, Danielle works closely with outside providers to promote the generalization of individuals’ skills across all settings (home, school, community). She is passionate about encouraging the ongoing development of her clients’ learned skills outside of therapy sessions through establishing ongoing collaborative relationships with clients’ families, schools, and support networks.
Danielle’s goal is to build a personal bond and trusting relationship with each and every individual. She provides a safe, comfortable, and most importantly non-judgmental therapeutic environment, which is very important in one’s journey to good mental health. She supplies individualized care, using solution-focused and cognitive behavioral therapy, to ensure that each of her clients receives therapy specifically customized to their needs.
- Young Adults/Adults
- Mood, Depression & Anxiety
- Couples Counseling
- Emotional Regulation
- CBT & Solution-Focused based therapy
- LGBTQ informed therapy
- IEP/504 Plan