Danielle is a PhD/PsyD candidate at the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM). She completed her clinical residency at the Centre for CBT Research, Training and Intervention and the Consultation-Liaison Service of the McGill University Health Centre. Additionally, Danielle has been training at the Centre for Personalized Psychological Interventions for Psychosis at the Douglas Mental Health University Institute since 2015. Her clinical research interests focus on examining the interplay between emotion regulation, interpersonal difficulties, and childhood trauma as potential treatment targets to improve social and functional outcomes for individuals living with psychosis.
Through extensive clinical and research training, Danielle has developed expertise in using a collaborative case-formulation-based cognitive behavioural therapy approach to address a wide range of psychological difficulties. These include anxiety and depression, binge-eating, low self-esteem, perfectionism, difficulties in emotion regulation and interpersonal relationships, as well as obsessive-compulsive disorder, psychosis, and trauma-related disorders. With a curious and compassionate stance, Danielle is dedicated to fostering a warm and non-judgmental therapeutic space, actively supporting her clients as they progress towards their goals while honouring their personal values.
Beyond her professional commitments, Danielle enjoys quality time with her family and beloved pets. She finds joy in gardening, hiking, sea-gazing, discovering new music and podcasts, and dining out with friends.