Mrs. Moye is a registered Marriage and Family Therapy Intern and a Pre-Clinical member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy. A charter member of the Omicron chapter of Delta Kappa, an international honor society for leaders in the family therapy field, she is committed to empowering others beyond their limitations.
Danielle has over five years providing therapy in both Connecticut and Florida, as a state registered intern, and as an in-home based clinician.
A graduate of Central Connecticut State University’s School of Education and Professional Studies, with a Master of Science degree, Danielle’s extensive training has led to studies in Intensive In-Home Based Programs, Internal Family Systems, Hypnotherapy, Couples Therapy, and Gender Studies. In addition to clinical training, Danielle is a certified PREPARE/ENRICH facilitator who assists couples with building on the strengths of their marriage, while recognizing areas of needed growth.
A particular area of research interest for Danielle, are the social justice issues pertaining to black families and youth. She strives to utilize her platform as a space for helping clients heal from vicarious racial trauma and systemic racism. This dedication has led her to present in Washington, DC, Savannah, GA, Vancouver, WA, and Kona, HI. Danielle strongly believes in honoring the space of contextual truths, through intentional presence.
Danielle is currently working toward her PhD in Family Therapy, at Nova Southeastern University.
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