Danielle Amoako is marriage and family therapist whose focus is to create a safe haven and warm environment for clients to be their authentic selves and experience emotional and mental freedom.
To cultivate this atmosphere, Danielle highlights client strengths and aims to help them feel seen, heard and known. She is passionate about supporting clients on their healing journeys as they process and examine their various experiences. Danielle employs aspects of narrative therapy, Bowen's family systems theory, and emotionally focused therapy to help clients build their sense of self, process root issues, and explore their feelings.
Danielle is a graduate of Thomas Jefferson University (TJU) with a concentration in family therapy. Prior to attending TJU, Danielle worked as a mental health rehabilitation specialist providing parents and guardians with interventions to support their children struggling with aggressive and defiant behaviors. In general, Danielle utilizes a systemic approach to explore client issues. She views the various system dynamics as an influential component and major part of the change process. Overall, she enjoys supporting clients on their path to health, wellness, restoration, and revitalization in the areas of identity formation, self-worth, anxiety, depression, life transitions, and trauma.