Danielle Barnett understands everyone has different needs and expectations when it comes to therapy and utilizes empathy, genuineness, and collaboration to help others achieve their mental health goals. She highlights the mind-body connection through mindfulness techniques, as well as uses education and various skills in order to help clients feel empowered in their therapeutic process.
Dr. Barnett was trained at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and has previously worked with individuals experiencing anxiety, depression, trauma, adjustment, performance issues, cancer and other chronic illness, as well as general wellness. She also provides couples, family, and group therapy as well as neuropsychological and psychoeducational assessment. As part of her education, she conducted research at the University of Chicago on learning challenges, researched the neuropsychological effects of mindfulness, and wrote a dissertation on the use of humor in psychotherapy.
In addition to her practice, she currently teaches at Mira Costa and Pepperdine University. Dr. Barnett is a San Diego native and can be found running at the beach and on her stand up paddle board!
- Individuals 16+
- Mood disorders
- Cancer and health issues
- Work performance
- Neuropsychological & Psychoeducational Assessments
- CBT & ACT Therapies
Note: Dr. Barnett (94025819) is a psychological assistant working directly under the supervision of Dr. Halliday (PSY23206). At this time she is not accepting insurance plans, but we offer sliding scale prices.
To work with Dr. Barnett, please contact our Client Care Advocate, Ry: (760) 635-3310 Ext 104