Danielle Brandon, AMFT

Primary Therapist

Danielle Brandon is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist who received her master’s degree in counseling psychology with a concentration in expressive arts therapy from the California Institute of Integral Studies.

Her clinical practice includes incorporating mindfulness in work with individuals and groups in addiction recovery. In addition, she likes to focus on emotional health including anxiety and depression; grief and loss; trauma resolution; navigating relational difference and complexity; and helping people navigate the intricacy of being a human. Her experience has shown her that with support, all of us can fortify existing strengths and supports while building new ones so that we may live a life with more wellbeing and connection.

Danielle is interested in how each of our social locators—gender, race, social class, age, ability, religion, sexual orientation, and geographic location—affect the various unique contexts we find ourselves in and how they impact and can support our lives.

She informs her approach with collaborative, strengths-based, relational structural-strategic, attachment-based cognitive behavioral, emotionally focused, mindfulness, and somatic therapies.