Dani Easterday, CT
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Dani Easterday is a Counselor Trainee. She is currently earning her master’s degree from the Counseling and Human Development program at Walsh University. She is thankful for the opportunity to work in a faith-based counseling center where she can combine spiritual and clinical approaches with her clients as they seek help and healing following life’s obstacles.
Dani is receiving training to treat individuals with various mental health concerns. Her main areas of focus include body image concerns, eating issues, grief, military and veterans’ problems, anxiety, depression, spiritual identity and concerns, identity, self-esteem, life adjustments, and emotional regulation. Her clientele population includes adolescents (12+) and adults (18+).
Clinically, Dani believes that the therapeutic relationship between the client and the therapist is the most important part of the therapeutic process. She strives to create a safe environment, where clients can experience compassion, empathy, healing, love, acceptance, and growth. Her goal is to understand the client holistically, and she believes that every client has a story that deserves to be heard. Dani believes that there are many benefits to incorporating biblical, faith-based approaches and prayer into session when it is desired by a client.
On a personal level, Dani is passionate about her faith, family, and friends. She enjoys taking her dog, Suzie, for walks no matter the season. She loves to journal and read, watch and play soccer, and is active in her church.
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