Currently completing a Masters Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Danielle believes that everyone is capable of gaining control of their lives and reshaping the beliefs that have been inhibiting their path to finding inner peace and happiness.
Danielle is a Counseling Intern at Adams State University completing her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She takes a person-centered and hollistic approach and with the guidance of her supervisor, Dr. Glenn Graves, she aims to provide the best comprehensive care. Specific topics that she is being trained in pertain to sexual and intimacy issues. Danielle believes that therapy is a collaborative process and not a “one size fits all” approach. Her modalities reflect this vision; from Narrative therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness; her focus is on creating a therapy experience that works for you.
As a Hispanic-American woman, she takes culture into account and approaches with nonjudgement and an open mind. Her goal is to provide an empathic space that cultivates new connections to emotions, new strength-based coping skills and an enhanced sense of confidence in one’s beliefs about themselves and their role in relationships.
When she is not counseling, she enjoys salsa dancing, snowboarding, and traveling to foreign lands.
Sliding scale payments are accepted.
Phone: +1 719 406 5258