Danielle Robinson, LPC
Danielle began her career in the behavior health and human services field in 2006 working for various behavioral health programs in Philadelphia and Montgomery County. She earned two undergraduate degrees in Human Services and a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, then became a licensed professional counselor (LPC). In 2009 Danielle entered into the Philadelphia public school system to work with children and adolescents experiencing behavioral health challenges. As of 2022 Danielle is still providing mental health services to children, adolescents, and young adults throughout the Philadelphia region. In addition to working with the youth Danielle also provides individual and group support/therapy for women’s issues in particular women of color, and disadvantaged populations. Danielle has an extensive background working with people experiencing challenges related to autism spectrum disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (children and adults), anxiety disorders, depressive disorders, and people experiencing the heightened stressors of lower socioeconomic status and oppression. Danielle believes wholeheartedly in the necessity of holistic well-being and makes it a point to emphasize this with whomever she encounters. Danielle’s mission in life is to be a humble servant. Her greatest delight is serving people and assisting them to achieve their greatest quality of life. Danielle believes that hope and healing are the key ingredients to living a fulfilling life on purpose, and that mental wellness is your greatest asset. Danielle’s motto is that mental wellness is wealth.