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Danielle Lovece, LMHC

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Are you experiencing panic, anxiety, stress or depression? Perhaps you feel stuck and are not sure why? With your goals driving the session, I can help you become more aware of the thoughts, feelings and behaviors causing your concerns. I utilize a Cognitive Behavioral framework to help explore the cycle of unwanted symptoms that you are seeking to help change. I also help clients explore the biological connection to their emotional health, as our body symptoms provide valuable information that we often ignore. Together we will set a plan to meet your goals. I work to help you feel comfortable! Your input is necessary and welcomed so that I can work in the direction best suited for you. I am a solely video-session therapist, working to make your sessions convenient and accessible. Contact me today to see if video sessions are a good fit for you! I encourage all questions, concerns and inquiries! How to get in contact with me for a consult or to ask questions: Send me an email at [email protected]

About Danielle's practice



Weekdays Before 9am

Weekdays After 5pm











In-person available: No

Virtual available: Yes




Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Women's Obstacles



Social Life

Romantic Life

Trichotillomania/Body-Focused Repetitive Disease



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Get to Know Danielle

How participatory are you during sessions?

In general I am quite participatory! Some sessions will mainly be about listening, hearing your story and validating your experience. However, when we are actively working through issues and concerns, I do take a teamwork approach and love to brainstorm with my clients. I offer skills and strategies where applicable and I love assigning a task for the next week like logging, journaling or practicing a symptom management technique.

How should I prepare for my first session with you?

Good news here, you will need to prepare minimally because most of the preparation will have been done prior to the first session. I will have sent you paperwork to fill out. We will mostly review this paperwork in the first session together and then I will ask you many questions to get to know you and your main concerns better. You can best prepare by setting yourself up in a quiet room with no distractions, and making sure you are comfortable. That's all - really!

How can you tell if I am benefiting from working with you?

Good question! I really rely on your feedback and encourage it! Anything you are feeling or thinking regarding our sessions is valuable to me because it helps me tailor therapy to your needs. We will have a set of goals we identified upon your first few sessions that we can refer to when assessing how things are going and what we need to work on. In some cases, I may even employ the help of a brief inventory to track your progress.

What led you to become a mental healthcare practitioner?

Honestly I became a therapist because of my personal experiences in therapy myself. As a very anxious, panic-ridden teen and young adult, I quickly sought and realized the benefits of therapy at a young age. My work now is greatly informed by these experiences, and I feel it gives me an advantage in understanding what my client's are going through when it comes to anxiety disorder symptomatology.

Are there any philosophies or values that inform your work that I should know about?

I am a realistic, solution focused therapist who values the takeaway. During our time together, I aim for my clients to be able to walk away from most sessions with homework or a tangible skill that they can practice. Don't get nervous about the word homework - you're certainly not being graded! Homework can be something as small as noticing an identified behavior in the coming week, or logging mood.

From your perspective, what is therapy?

I view therapy as a mix of support, brainstorming, listening and at times education that can help you make sense of your thoughts, feelings and behaviors that impact your life. When you're in session, therapy can be experienced as a brain collaboration between yourself and your therapist that gives you back what you put into it. Whether you have started therapy to gain understanding, cope with symptoms or make a transition with a helping hand, you can get there with a willingness to participate in your journey. Be inquisitive, open and honest and I can bet that you will have a positive experience!