Danielle Crawford, LPC-R
Works with: Children, Families, Parents, Couples, Individuals, Groups
Specializes in: Anxiety, Depression, Eating Disorders, ASD, Social Skills Impairments, Anger Management/Emotion Regulation, School related concerns, Self-esteem, Transitions, Separation & Divorce, Personal Development, PTSD, Trauma, Grief & Loss, LGBTQAI concerns, Suicidality
Danielle works with children, families, parents, couples, individuals, and groups. She has experience treating conditions such as anxiety and depression, PTSD, and suicide. In her work she uses a creative problem solving and empathetic/compassionate approach to healing.
Fun fact about Danielle: she wanted be a Psychologist because of the character Lucy from Peanuts. She was inspired by Lucy’s use of words and assisting her peers. Danielle decided at age 7, with the assistance of her parents, that she would obtain a degree in Psychology.
Clinical Approaches: Mindfulness, CBT, Solution Focused
Degree: M.A., Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Argosy University