Daniella is an individual, couples, and family therapist who graduated from Thomas Jefferson University and interned at CFR. Her areas of interest are communication, depression, anxiety, and helping individuals identify self-worth and self-esteem through an integrative approach to care. Daniella approaches therapy as a collaborative journey in a warm, empathetic manner while appropriately challenging her clients. She also enjoys working with clients through grief and difficult life transitions. Daniella also enjoys working with men’s issues and helping them rediscover self-worth while supporting women through women’s health issues such as infertility, postpartum, and many more.
During her training, Daniella worked with couples by helping them form secure attachments, strengthen their relational bond, and restructure communication patterns. As an individual therapist, she focused on self-esteem, self-worth, and self-discovery. Daniella assisted clients by collaboratively developing skills to manage the stress and anxiety of significant life transitions, including grief, depression, and anxiety. As a family therapist, she helped strengthen the relational bond between parent and child by working on communication, emotional awareness, and expression to help form secure attachments. In her approach to treatment, Daniella enjoys assisting individuals in identifying their needs to develop fulfillment in their personal and interpersonal relationships.
Daniella encourages people considering therapy to reach out to discuss fees if there are any questions about this range.