Danielle Dwyer, Ph.D., NCSP
Dr. Danielle is a fully licensed psychologist with specialized training in evidence-based behavioral therapy for a variety of presenting concerns,
such as disruptive behavior, ADHD, anxiety, mood, learning, sleep, and elimination. Dr. Danielle’s treatment approach is client-centered, yet expands beyond the individual. As such, she encourages caregiver participation in treatment to facilitate a supportive environment for child/adolescent behavior change. Also, Dr. Danielle is an advocate for children and families within the school-setting. She partners with caregivers and schools, conducts comprehensive psychological assessments, and utilizes data-based decision-making to inform Individualized Education Program (IEP), Section 504 accommodations, and behavior plan recommendations.
Dr. Danielle received her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Human Development & Family Sciences from the University of Delaware. Thereafter, she completed her Master’s and Doctoral degrees in School Psychology at Michigan State University. She completed her doctoral internship and two-year postdoctoral fellowship in the Division of Pediatric Psychology at University of Michigan, Michigan Medicine, with a specialty in Integrated Behavioral Health (IBH).