Danielle identifies as a proud indigenous woman of the Darkinjung people of Northern New South Wales. With a Graduate Diploma in Psychology (Advanced) and a Bachelor of Psychological Science, as a Provisional Psychologist, she’s on her journey to becoming the best therapist she can be.
Danielle’s previous experience as a youth worker provided the opportunity to work with young people impacted by trauma. In her process of managing challenging behaviours, she sought to provide connection and hope to those struggling with a sense of self and belonging. In her previous role of disability support, she helped people of all ages overcome daily challenges to achieve their highest level of well-being.
Danielle has an easygoing nature which makes therapy comfortable. She strives to understand her client’s journey and identifies strengths to empower individuals to thrive outside of therapy. Danielle works within a cognitive-behavioural framework while drawing on trauma-informed and attachment-based strategies.
When not working, Danielle enjoys spending time with family and friends. In 2020 she competed in her first triathlon and raised thousands of dollars for Multiple Sclerosis (MS) research.
- Psychology across the lifespan
- Behaviour challenges
- Workplace Injury
- Mood Disorder
- Trauma and attachment
- Identity and self esteem
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
- Interpersonal therapy (IPT)
- Motivational Interviewing (MI)
- Private Payment
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