DBT | Trauma | Domestic Violence | Personality Disorder | Hoarding | Psychosis
Danielle is a clinical therapist and has extensive experience working in the field of mental health including crisis based services. She completed her graduate training at the University of Calgary with a specialization in clinical social work and completed her undergraduate studies at Dalhousie University. She has certification in dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT) individual skills training, and sees clients who are seeking DBT for management of unstable moods or have a diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder. In addition to DBT, she uses various cognitive behavioural therapy strategies and mindful self-compassion skills, for youth and adults with a variety of different mental health concerns, including but not limited to, personality disorders, anxiety, trauma, psychosis, hoarding and attention deficit. She also works with clients who are or have experienced abusive relationships and are seeking further support and healing. She brings a trauma informed approach to understanding and addressing difficulties experienced by her clients to support them in achieving their therapeutic goals. Danielle has experience working with diverse backgrounds and marginalized groups, and she is passionate about fostering the inherent strength and resiliency of clients throughout the therapeutic process. She is committed to ongoing training and professional development within her field.