Danielle is a graduate-level intern and is completing her master’s degree in Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling with Walden University. Danielle has worked with children and families from all backgrounds for over a decade. Having worked in Vietnam and Honduras and advocated for Minnesota’s refugee populations, Danielle recognizes the strengths of all religions and cultural backgrounds.
Danielle believes that strong communities start in the home and seeks to strengthen marriages and partnerships. Relationships can bring about extreme joy and deep pain. Danielle helps create a space in which couples can work to heal emotional wounds. Danielle is also interested in working with individuals and couples experiencing anxiety, depression, mood disorders, relational conflict, life-cycle transitions, and overall lack of purpose and joy.
Danielle has a special interest in supporting women struggling with the mental health concerns that can accompany physical issues such as adrenal fatigue (burnout), thyroid issues, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, hormonal imbalances, obesity and weight-related concerns, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), and perimenopause and menopause.
Danielle has been married for seven years, and she and her husband are avid football and soccer fans. She is an active member of a number of women’s organizations in the Twin Cities and is passionate about developing leadership skills in girls and women.
Danielle works at:
1032 Grand Ave, suite 201 St. Paul MN 55105
"I believe that strong communities start in the home, and I seek to strengthen marriages and partnerships."