I'm a licensed mental health counselor. I am trained and efficient in CBT, Psychosomatic Therapy, Person Centered Approach, Emotion Focused, Solution Focused, Trauma Focused, Motivation interviewing, and Family Systems Therapy. I have experience working with individuals struggling with substance abuse and mental health disorders. My experiences ranges from working adolescent, adults, couples, and families. I have worked closely with individuals who have struggled with anger management, trauma, relationship concerns and substance use. I have also worked closely with the family members and loved ones of individuals suffering from substance use. I focus on helping to improve relationships and effective communication skills. I also helps individuals improve their emotional well-being, self-care, problem solving, and developing and utilizing effective coping skills.
I'm a licensed mental health counselor. I have experience working with individuals suffering with severe mental health disorders. I have been an advocate for individuals and families in the community to obtain specialty services. I have worked with an array of clients ranging from adolescent, adults, and families. I focus on bringing the best out of people. I help individuals and their families address their current needs, as well as developing the necessary skills to continue to address their needs after treatment.
I am New York State Licensed Mental Health Counselor. I have been trained in safety planning intervention for suicide prevention and AIM-SP, cultural competence, motivational interviewing, CBT, Individual Placement and Support and have my IMHATT certification.
I would describe my approach to therapy as eclectic and have a “not one size fits all” belief about therapy. I like to utilize different therapies such as psychodynamic, CBT and mindfulness to help clients achieve their goals.
I have experience working with individuals and couples struggling with mental health issues. My goal is to help clients develop the tools they need to live a more fulfilling and meaningful life.
I am a Mental Health Counselor- LP, CASAC-T and CAMS-II. My therapeutic approach varies and is based on client need. I have training in addiction, anger management, career counseling, grief therapy, CBT, MI, mindfulness-based stress reduction, and trauma informed care. My experience includes working with adults and couples in substance use, community residence and private practice settings. As well as running group and individual sessions with children, adolescents, and families in school and mental health settings. My counseling style is geared towards reducing symptoms of distress while building the capability to handle life's inevitable demands and challenges. I work to help individuals recognize their thinking patterns, understand emotional responses, and develop ways to identify their motivation and goals.
My name is Danielle, I graduated with my masters in Mental Health Counseling from Hofstra. I graduated from Alfred University with my bachelors degree in counseling psychology and experimental psychology. My experience includes working with children, adolescents and young adults. I’ve helped those struggling with anxiety, depression and life transitions. My goal in therapy is to help those feel comfortable and provide a safe space. My approach to therapy is tailored to each client, as no two are the same.
I am a Mental Health Counselor- LP with experience utilizing an integrative Person Centered approach pulling from aspects of CBT, ACT, relational, trauma-informed, Motivational Interviewing, Mindfulness, and Play Therapy. I have worked with children, adolescents, and adults in group and individual sessions in outpatient, private practice, inpatient long term care, and community residential settings. I have experience working with those struggling to deal with sadness, stress, relationship issues, and loss. I also have knowledge and experience working with the LGBTQ+ community and understand the unique challenges that this population faces.
I have been trained through a multicultural perspective and my therapeutic style is one of a person centered approach. This means that I take into account your unique perspective of the world and work with you to create the best possible healing space for you personally. My work focuses on helping you gain insight while together we work collaboratively towards growth, understanding, healing.
Beginning your journey towards improving your mental wellbeing can be overwhelming but my approach to therapy is to meet you where you are and support your healing. Therapy provides you with a safe, non-judgmental space to process and feel heard while supporting you to gain the means and tools to cope with life.
I’m a Mental Health Counselor - LP. My therapeutic approach varies based on the person, and their specific needs. I have experience working with people who are struggling with motivation at work, anxiety, depression, and relationship struggles. I have also worked closely with people who are struggling with substance use. I have also helped people in crisis situations, and I understand the importance of being able to tell your story on your own terms when you are ready.
I possess an extensive knowledge of coping skills, as well as grounding exercises, and I think that learning these skills make you a better equipped person to handle everyday stressors, and live the life you want to live.
I have knowledge and experience working with diverse clients, and I understand how intersectional our identities are and how important that is to therapy. I appreciate those who are looking to begin their self-care journey, and I hope to help in that process.
I am a Mental Health Counselor. I earned my degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Long island university. My experience ranges from working with individuals struggling with substance abuse and mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, trauma, mood disorders, schizophrenia, and more. I have been trained in CBT, dialectical behavior therapy, vocational counseling, addiction, mindfulness-based therapy, anger management, motivational interviewing, trauma informed care, and interpersonal relationship struggle.
I have worked in multiple settings which has taught me the importance of providing a judgement free space that allows for understanding and growth.
My preferred counseling style is to meet you where you’re at as I understand that everyone’s path is different. My goal would be to help improve your overall mindset while working through the challenges that life may present. My motto is “I’m having a bad day, not a bad life” and hopefully working with me will help you adopt that mindset as well.
I am a Mental Health Counselor - LP. I graduated from Chicago's Adler University with a Master's of Art in Counseling: Art Therapy. My therapeutic approach is tailored to each person's needs and strengths, as I have experience working with a diverse group of clients and families, and believe no two clients or families are the same. I assist clients in processing mental health needs (anxiety, depression, personality disorders, substance use, trauma, crisis, etc.) as well as everyday concerns (school or work, relationships, communication skills, life transitions, self-care, and overall self-esteem).
My approach empowers individuals to take an active role within their treatment and be the expert in their own process. I provide support through discussion-based counseling, and am here to guide you through your journey by utilizing various exercises, skills, and coping techniques. Additionally, if conversation seems intimidating or difficult, I am trained to integrate creative arts therapies in session to offer a safe environment where clients can express themselves freely without judgement.
My goal is to allow clients and their families to utilize our sessions to comfortably communicate and process their needs, and further develop skills that reinforce their continued growth outside of therapy.
I am a Mental Health Counselor currently pursuing my MA in Forensic Mental Health Counseling at CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice. I also have a MA in Forensic Psychology from John Jay College. My experience includes providing counseling to adults struggling with substance use, working with young adults involved in the criminal justice system, assisting families experiencing homelessness, and providing therapy to families. I am an advocate for LGBTQ rights and social justice issues. Due to the various systems I have worked in, I have a client-centered, multiculturally sensitive, trauma-informed approach while incorporating various therapeutic techniques, such as CBT, Motivational Interviewing, ACT, and psychodynamic. I understand that parts of our identities cannot exist independently, so intersectionality is at the forefront of my work to help me understand who you truly are. I am committed to providing a safe space where you can be open, vulnerable, and free to be yourself as we work through challenges you may be experiencing as you heal, grow, and discover new parts of you.
I am committed to helping people who want and desire help. Therapy is the first step into self-awareness and growth development. My ultimate goal when counseling is to create a healing and safe space for my client.I grew up in a Middle Eastern Muslim family. This has helped me gain a sense of familial and cultural dynamics and how to navigate two different worlds. I am a strong advocate of immigration. My work experience consists of working with adults with mental disabilities and youth. My life and work experience helped me gain an understanding of the importance of being judgement free and accepting with anyone.I am currently a student at Long Island University pursuing a masters degree in clinical mental health counseling. I am a strong mental health advocate and always looking for new ways to contribute to the field. I’m constantly learning and finding new ways to improve the therapy experience for all.