Danielle Jackson-Grillo, MFT Intern
Welcome. First, allow me to congratulate you for having the courage to seek healing. Something brought you here; what was it? For some, it may be anxiety, depression, divorce, family crisis, child behavioral problems, military issues, PTSD, trauma, or grief. For others, it may be none of the above. You may have no earthly idea what's bothering you.
Imagine life is one epic road trip. We are all on this human journey. Each of us chooses various paths to different destinations; but we all eventually encounter obstacles.
Here is where collaborative treatment designs come in. You are still the driver. I am simply here as a guide. I believe that it is my purpose to utilize my abilities to listen, guide, empathize, and support others in their quest for self-awareness, healing, and growth.
One of my passions is working with children and families. My experience includes helping to manage grief, self-harming behaviors, school/bullying issues, and adjusting to divorce. Relating to children at their own pace comes natural to me. I am grateful for the opportunity to aid and witness their capacity for healing.
- Impulse Control Disorders
- Emotional Disturbances
- Behavioral Issues with children and adolescents
- Coping Skills
- Family Conflict
- Grief and Loss
- Racial Identity
- School Issues
- Self Esteem
Education and Membership:
MACP, Argosy University
B.A. in English, Marymount University
Member in good standing with the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT)
Registered MFT Intern with the state of California, IMF#75460
Supervised by Naomi Cooper Martin, LMFT, MFC#48304