Danielle Peters, MA, LPC-A

Have you been struggling with the loss of someone, the end of a relationship, or suffering from the loss of what could have been? Does life seem overwhelming and stressful, and getting out of bed every morning has become daunting? Or perhaps you are a parent with a child with additional needs and struggling to handle it all. Danielle works with adolescents, adults, and couples. Danielle has experience with various backgrounds, such as the spiritually attuned, the LGBTQIA+ community, and those not connected to any religion. She has also worked with clients presenting with ADHD, anxiety, depression, interpersonal conflicts, trauma, and grief. 

 Danielle provides an environment free of judgment, full of compassion, and steeped in knowledge. Danielle meets every client where they are in life and, with patience and grace, works collaboratively to address their individual needs. She uses an array of approaches, including but not limited to cognitive behavior therapy, mindfulness, solution-focused therapy, and person-centered therapy, to help address negative thought patterns and discover the skills within oneself to thrive. 

Danielle believes that everyone can uncover and live the life they desire. There is no magic. There is no one size fits all, and your best life may look different from another’s best life. Danielle helps her clients embrace what is important to them and what they want out of life, creating a life that utilizes coping strategies, self-care, healthy thinking, and cultivates emotional regulation.

If you are on medication, know that therapy is the best supplement. Although medication has proven helpful in many cases, the best results can be found when combined with therapy. 

Danielle is fluent in American Sign Language (ASL) and spent ten years working at Texas School for the Deaf. She has a heart for the deaf community and wants to help them access therapy without requiring an interpreter. She firmly believes that therapy should be available to all in need and is doing her best to be a part of bringing it to the deaf community. She also has 15 years of experience with the special needs community. Her heart has always been for those that society tends to cast off. 

Danielle grew up in Houston but has resided in several other areas in Texas, such as Austin and Dallas. Moving throughout the state has allowed her to meet many people and grow an appreciation for diverse backgrounds. She graduated from Sam Houston State University with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. She recently completed her Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Colorado Christian University. 

Danielle is an easy-going therapist that prides herself on being attentive, honest, and transparent with her clients. If you are ready for the support she has to offer, call our office today and schedule an appointment with Danielle.