Danielle completed her graduate degree in occupational therapy from Columbia University in 2000. After working for many years with children experiencing sensory difficulties, learning disabilities, difficulty developing friendships, and self regulation issues, she recognized that no one was working with the teenagers and adults who experience the same challenges! This prompted Danielle to found SensoryWellness in 2015, a practice that is dedicated specifically to working with adults and teenagers. Danielle is passionate about helping individuals feel empowered to make changes in their own lives and she strongly believes that people can affect positive change at any age. She enjoys working with her clients to uncover the root causes of their difficulties as well as coordinating with her husband and favorite nutritionist, David.
Danielle is dedicated to staying up-to-date on the latest advances in relevant areas of study, including sensory processing theory, reflex integration, neuroscience, and the biology of trauma, anxiety, and self-regulation. She is known for her gentle cheerleading style and her commitment to “making life easier” for her clients.
Danielle is a dedicated mother above all, and finds her greatest enjoyment spending quality time with her husband and five beautiful children – especially outdoors!