Danielle Lall, Intern Counsellor
Danielle is currently an intern student from City University, completing her Master of Counselling program under the supervision of Bailey Puchyr-Chartier. She has a passion for seeing positive change in the lives of the people in her community by providing support to facilitate healing. Danielle practices from a strength-based approach where she believes that the client is the expert in their experiences and already holds the knowledge and skills to resolve their challenges. She hopes to work with her clients collaboratively and conversationally to assist them in living their preferred future. Danielle hopes to provide a space to process difficult emotions and experiences while also offering practical tools that clients can leave with and translate into areas of their lives.
Danielle has experience working with high risk youth as they navigate challenging situations and helped facilitate positive change within their lives. Additionally, Danielle is a social skills coach, teaching social cognition to children who have social deficits. She supports children as they become more aware of their emotions and gaining the ability to control their strong emotions.
Danielle will use Narrative therapy, Cognitive-behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Solution-Focused-Brief therapy (SFBT) with her clients to support meaningful change within their lives. Danielle's open to work with a wide range of individuals regardless of age, race, religion, and sexual orientation. She is specifically interested in working with individuals struggling with mood disruptions, relationship issues, life transitions, and grief and loss.
Danielle will be offering individual counselling services on a sliding fee scale, both in person and online.
To book online, please follow this link https://oab.owlpractice.ca/baileypuchyrchartier