Danielle Doucette, Psy. D., CEDS-S (She/Her)
Concentration: Behavioral Therapies for eating disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder, panic disorder, phobias, post-traumatic stress disorder, and general anxiety and stress management, as well as non-suicidal self-injury and grief and loss
Dr. Danielle Doucette is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who has earned an advanced certification in eating disorders from the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals Foundation. She is passionate about working with adults who struggle with eating disorders and anxiety disorders. She has received highly specialized clinical training in these areas. Using acceptance- and mindfulness-based approaches, Dr. Doucette’s treatment philosophy promotes self-understanding, as she helps individuals develop an ability to self-reflect and learn to cope with difficult thoughts, feelings, or experiences in an accepting, non-judgmental manner. The work Dr. Doucette promotes also helps individuals learn to engage in living a meaningful and valued life. In addition, Dr. Doucette uses Exposure and Response Prevention to treat obsessive-compulsive disorder and Radically-Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy to treat anorexia, treatment-resistant anxiety, and maladaptive perfectionism.
Dr. Doucette is a member of the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals, the Academy of Eating Disorders, and the American Psychological Association. She stays up-to-date on research related to clinical psychology, and regularly integrates findings from current research into her clinical work. She has been intensively training in RO-DBT and was a 2017/18 fellow in the Contextual Behavior Therapy Fellowship Program at the University of Chicago.
Dr. Doucette has had the privilege to present at numerous conferences throughout the United States on topics related to eating disorders, self-injury, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. She has presented at national organizations such as the Binge Eating Disorder Association, the International Association for Eating Disorder Professionals, the Renfrew Center Foundation Conference, the National Eating Disorders Association, and the Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders Conference.