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  • Danielle Dailey, BS

    Danielle Dailey is a 3rd-year clinical psychology doctoral extern in the process of completing her Psy.D. at California Lutheran University. Currently, Danielle is working at CCC under the direct clinical supervision of Dr. Annika Okamoto. In her practice, she is passionate about working with children, adolescents, and adults facing a variety of challenges. Danielle has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and couples through her placements at California Lutheran University Community Counseling Services and Regent University’s Psychological Services Center, addressing concerns surrounding anxiety, depression, self-esteem, motivation, and relationship difficulites. As for research, she is interested in the impact forgiveness has on mental health and how it relates to religiosity. She also worked alongside her peers to complete a poster presentation for APA 2020, reviewing literature on how trauma and attachment influence the mental health of children residing outside the home (e.g., foster care).

    Education: 

    • BS in Psychology, University of Northwestern-St. Paul
    • In Progress: Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology, California Lutheran University

    Experience:

    • Extern, Community Counseling Services, California Lutheran University
    • Student Clinician, Psychological Services Center, Regent University

    Areas of Interest: 

    Anxiety, Depression, Behavioral Problems, Self-Esteem, Stress and Coping, Relationship Problems, Family Conflict, Spirituality, Forgiveness, Multicultural Psychology

    Types of Therapy: 

    Psychological Assessment, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy