*DAnielle is currently accepting new clients!*
Danielle Segall is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW-C) certified by Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners. Danielle received her Bachelor’s Degree in Family Studies from Miami University (Ohio) in 2014, and received a Master’s Degree from University of Maryland, Baltimore School of Social Work in 2016. Danielle uses an eclectic, client-centered approach, drawing from other modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy to address emotion regulation, interpersonal skills, mindfulness and distress tolerance skills.
Danielle will validate your feelings, provide supportive feedback, positive reinforcement, while highlighting strengths and practicing empathy. Danielle has worked serving children and adults providing psychotherapy and case management services since 2016.
Danielle's Therapeutic Approach
Specialties: relationships, behavior patterns, emotion regulation, work, life adjustments
Imagine a life where you feel rejuvenated instead of drained? It’s easy to get stuck focusing on the daily demands of life, simply just getting by. I work with adults (18 and up) who are struggling with anxiety and feeling overwhelmed with the demands of their life, feeling dissatisfied and looking to explore specific challenges related to relationships, behavior patterns, emotion regulation, work, life adjustments. I will hold space for you to take that time for you to explore emotions, gain an understanding of personal values, as well as understanding of your behaviors to make space for things that fulfill us, and let go of patterns that no longer serve us.
Danielle’s approach supports her clients by working through specific challenges such as relationship conflict, difficulties with emotion regulation, behavioral concerns, and life adjustments. Danielle holds space for you and provides supportive feedback while you explore your emotions, gain an understanding of personal values, and try out new behaviors that bring you closer to what fulfills you.
“Live your life, don’t let your life live you”