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Areas of Focus:
• Anxiety and depression
• Trauma
• Grief/loss
• Cultural identity
• Indigenous / Native American and BIPOC populations
• Children, adolescents, young adults, adults, families, couples

Approach & Style:
• Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
• Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
• Trauma-informed
• Culturally-informed
• Family Systems Theory

• Associate Clinical Social Worker #98729
• Supervised by Erin Williams-McNish, LMFT #103875
• B.S. in Human Development and Family Studies with a minor in Native American Indian Studies from University of Utah
• M.A. in Social Work from Utah State University
• Post-Master's Pupil Personnel Services Credential (PPSC) from San Jose State University

Danielle Vielle


I have experience with children, teens, young adults, adults, and families treating mood disorders, grief/loss, and cultural identity.

Pleased to meet you, I’m Danielle and I am honored you are choosing to create a new path and create change within your life at this moment. I’ve had the honor to work and collaborate with a wide range of individuals from the ages of 5 to +65 with challenges from intergenerational trauma to school or personal/career challenges. My passion is to create a safe space aligning with your own cultural beliefs along with a healing centered approach. Some of the theoretical approaches I currently utilize are: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Family Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Psychoanalytic, Person-Centered, Transcultural Psychotherapy (TCP), and using the Creative Arts in session.

I specialize working with my fellow American Indian & Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander brothers and sisters living on or off the Reservation. I have experience working with People of Color, LatinX, First Generation, Children, Teens, Adults, and Families. I have experience working in the education setting for over 8 years, and worked with families and individuals who experience anxiety, depression, grief and loss, trauma, and cultural identity development.

A little more about me, I grew up the majority of my life in rural Southern Utah on the Navajo Nation Reservation. I got my Master’s of Social Work from Utah State University, and then moved to the Bay in 2020. I love creating art, whether that be taking photographs, scrapbooking, or painting/drawing. I know from my own journey towards well-being that healing is not linear and that it happens one moment at a time. I believe that compassionate awareness and introspection can really help people move towards change and better their lives. I hope you will join me in cultivating resilience, self-compassion, and healing.

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