Daniell graduated from Liberty University with a master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from NCSU. Daniell has 11 years of experience working in-home with families and children with autism. The skills she learned in teamwork, data collection, communication and client-based goal setting have been invaluable in transitioning to professional counseling.
Daniell has experience working with individuals ages 5 to 70, supporting them in working through parenting, relationships, mood regulation, depression, anxiety and many other issues. She works from a mindfulness standpoint, collaborating with the client to help them meet their mental health goals while working on strategies to decrease their level of distress at the present time. Daniell uses an eclectic approach, combining many different therapies as needed for each individual. These strategies include but are not limited to, Person-Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Internal Family Systems (IFS) and other mind-body-based interventions.
Daniell’s goal is that each person coming to therapy feels supported and understood. She works to provide a safe space for clients to explore sensitive parts of themselves, understand themselves better and work towards healing.