Licensed Professional Counselor
Danielle has been on staff at Life Point Counseling for over 4 years but has been in the field of counseling for over 12 years. Danielle has worked with a variety of populations including children and their families in their homes, bereaved individuals through a hospice program, adolescents and their families in a therapeutic boarding school, the elderly in assisted living facilities, and adults and couples in private practice. Danielle received her Master’s degree from De Paul University with an emphasis on Community Counseling.
In working with children and teens, Danielle has used art as a means of expression. This also provides a reminder of the work done during the therapy session. With many clients Danielle has found success using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, which helps clients become aware of inaccurate or negative thinking and challenges them to re-frame their thoughts in order to handle challenging situations more effectively. Danielle is very pleased to be a part of the team of therapists at Life Point Counseling.
Danielle’s small dachshund, Bejoe, is present for sessions and is certified by the National Service Animal Registry as a therapy/emotional support dog.
Danielle’s areas of interest and expertise include:
- Healing from sexual and physical abuse
- Anger issues
Danielle works out of the Plymouth office on Tuesdays, Thursday mornings and Fridays, out of the Port Washington office on Wednesdays and the Sheboygan office on Thursday afternoons.