Danielle Broxon Bio

Danielle Broxon, Ph.D.
Psychologist I, Supervised by Mary Ann Covey, Ph.D., ABPP

Personal Statement:

I am very excited to be here at Texas A&M University to help students grow and develop their own goals for the future. I view therapy as a collaborative process where the client and I work together to find the best ways to foster that growth and development. In particular, I take an interpersonal process approach to therapy with a large focus on how our relationships with others impact us and how we can be more active in those relationships, while also considering the cultural and societal factors that impact students.

I am originally from the Midwest, and am excited to be away from the snow at last! In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my fur babies, playing video games, and cooking.

Academic Training:

Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Case Western Reserve University

M.A., Clinical Psychology, Case Western Reserve University

B.S., Psychology, University of Evansville

Internship:

Counseling Center, Bowling Green State University

Areas of Interest:

Eating disorders and body image concerns, social justice and diversity issues, identity development, trauma (sexual assault, partner violence, childhood abuse).

Theoretical Orientation:

Interpersonal process and cognitive-behavioral from a feminist, multicultural lens.


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