About

Danielle Kaiser, Psy.D.

After obtaining my Bachelor of Science in Biology from Saint Joseph's University, I received my Master of Arts and Doctor of Psychology degrees from the Institute of Graduate Clinical Psychology at Widener University.  I have worked in several treatment settings, including three private practices, an eating disorders unit, a wraparound service agency, a college counseling center, and a residential treatment center.  

 

I provide individual therapy for adults aged 18 and older.  In addition to working with various anxiety disorders, depression, life transitions, and relationship problems, I am particularly interested in working with women struggling with the unique challenges associated with infertility.  Infertility can be an exhausting and isolating process that challenges you physically and emotionally and I am here to provide you with the support and understanding to help you cope. 

Additionally, I greatly enjoy working with therapists and therapists in training.  With a Certification as a Compassion Fatigue Professional, I truly value and appreciate the opportunity to work with therapists as they adjust to the specific demands of the profession.  I am also open to supervision and consultation roles as well. 

Finally, due to my previous training at West Chester University's Counseling Center, I have always loved working with graduate and undergraduate students as they manage their various stressors and responsibilities while in school.

My approach to therapy is integrative and collaborative.  I tailor various psychological theories and interventions to address your individual concerns.  I primarily use strategies from psychodynamic, mindfulness, cognitive behavioral, and acceptance and commitment therapy approaches.  I strive to create a nonjudgmental environment of openness, trust, and compassion to help you feel at ease.  We will work together to help you feel better and lead a happier and more fulfilling life.