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Danielle Croom


Healing is a process that can be done in many forms. Danielle’s work is grounded in understanding the impacts of systems in our everyday lives. Her clinical experience includes working with youth, folks dealing with co-occuring diagnosis, domestic violence survivors, and working extensively with BIPOC. Danielle believes that healing can occur when people are provided with a safe space and the opportunity to authentically be themselves. There’s something powerful and beautiful about being able to express and process thoughts and emotions without fear of judgment. Danielle is interested in the ways that ancestral practices can be incorporated into the therapeutic process. She works to ensure that the therapy experience is not only validating, but collaborative. 

With an understanding that everyone is on their own unique journey, Danielle works alongside her clients by attuning to their individual needs. Her approach is trauma-informed and strengths-based. She incorporates compassion, warmth, humor, and mindfulness into her sessions with the intention of developing a genuine connection and establishing trust.

Education and Training

MSW • West Chester University

BA • Psychology • Millersville University

Areas of Specialization


Intimate partner violence, anxiety, sexuality, gender identity, depression, stress management, low self-esteem, interpersonal relationships

Theoretical Orientation

  • Systems theory

  • Strengths-based

  • Psychodynamic

  • Trauma-informed

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