Danielle Pompili Bio

Danielle Pompili, M.A., LPC-Intern
Professional Counselor II, Supervised by Lanice Bennett, M.S., LPC-S, NCC

Personal Statement:
Danielle PompiliI am excited to be part of the SCS staff and have the opportunity to work with the students at Texas A & M University! College is an exciting time of life that is full of growth and self-discovery. I honor the unique gifts and capacities that each person possess and respect their individual complexities and struggles. I approach counseling by creating a positive, open and collaborative environment to meet the client where they are and walk alongside them in their journey. I believe that every individual, if given the proper support, can find a path to their own personal success.
In my off time I enjoy dancing, reading, spending time with family and friends and finding the best coffee in town!

Academic Training:
Ed.M, M.A. -  Psychological Counseling- Teachers College, Columbia University
B.A. – Psychology – University at Albany, SUNY

Internship:
Student Counseling Center – Long Island University at C.W. Post Campus
Dean Hope Center for Education and Psychological Services-Teachers College, Columbia University

Licensure/Certification:
Licensed Professional Counselor, No. 75312

Areas of Special Interest:
Identity development and expression, anxiety, depression, self-growth and discovery, sexual assault and trauma, family of origin issues, eating disorders and body image concerns.

Theoretical Orientation:
Integration of person-centered and cognitive-behavioral theories within a multicultural framework.  


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