Danielle Louis is a Survivor Advocate in the Sexual Violence Response Office, joining the team in June of 2020. Prior to functioning in the capacity of an advocate, Danielle was an Administrative Intern for Sexual Violence Response for one year. Throughout her internship, she participated in many prevention and advocacy events throughout the University and local community. This allowed for her to gain extensive knowledge and experience surrounding survivorship, advocacy, and how to build collaborative relationships with community partners.
Currently, Danielle is a Mental Health Counseling graduate student at Teachers College, Columbia University, where she has completed experiential coursework training her for proficiency in Group therapy and Individual Therapy, Military Psychology, diagnosis of child, adolescent and adult psychopathology, and Career Development. Danielle earned her undergraduate BA in Psychology from Queens University of Charlotte and an AAS in Emergency Medical Science, which she used to serve a metropolitan community for seven years as an EMT-Paramedic.
Danielle is currently working on her New York State Department of Health Certified Rape Crisis Counselor Certificate.
- EdM Mental Health Counseling, Teachers College Columbia University- In Progress
- B.A. Psychology, Queens University of Charlotte
- A.A.S. Emergency Medical Science
CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSURE:
AWARDS AND HONORS:
- Alpha Sigma Lambda
- Psi Chi, The International Honor Society in Psychology
- Psi Chi: The International Honor Society in Psychology
- APA Division 19 Society for Military Psychology