Danielle earned her Master's degree in Social Work from the University of Michigan in 2009, and has worked extensively with children and families since. She spent five years as an infant and early childhood home-based therapist in Wayne County before transitioning into outpatient therapy work. She has served children and families as an outpatient therapist in community mental health and private practice since 2015 specializing in the treatment of trauma, parent-child relationship concerns, and perinatal mood disorders. Danielle has experience with a wide spectrum of child mental health issues, including mood and anxiety disorders, attention and behavior challenges, non-suicidal self-injury, and suicidality. She has also worked with adolescents with severe mental illness, including bipolar disorder, psychotic disorders, and personality concerns. Danielle has worked in mental health leadership and research since 2016, mostly recently serving as the Director of Children's Services for Lenawee Community Mental Health Authority.