Danielle Neely, MMFT is a psychotherapist providing therapy for adults, teens, and children. She is under supervision of Jackie Halstead, LMFT (TN0909).
Danielle strives to place a high value on empathy, creativity, communication, and connection within the therapy space. She seeks to help all clients feel deeply connected with their own strengths and identity as they work through their challenges.
Danielle is a trauma-informed clinician who works with individuals and families of all ages who are healing from attachment trauma, anxiety/depression, relational conflict, esteem, developmental disorders, and complex trauma. Danielle also works with neurodivergent populations and folx within the LGBTQIA+ community. Her focus includes ABFT, TF-CBT, SFBT, Narrative, EFT, Experiential and Feminist therapies.
Danielle’s hobbies include hiking, traveling, reading, and spending time with her family.
Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology (Arizona State University)
Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy (Abilene Christian University)
Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Therapy (Child and Adolescent Specialization) – In Progress (Northcentral University)
Member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT, TNAMFT, & TAMFT)