Danielle is particularly interested in helping:
Youth engaging in at-risk behaviours
Parents seeking to understand and manage their child’s concerning behaviour
Youth and families navigating life transitions and coping with emotional or psychological difficulties
First Responders who are dealing with job stress or mental health issues
Danielle Pomeroy is a registered Social worker (RSW) and Psychotherapist who has spent the past 20 years working with youth and their families experiencing social, emotional and behavioural challenges, including youth justice involvement.
Danielle works from a client centered, strength-based approach inspired by mindfulness techniques. She collaborates with clients using a variety of approaches, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Solution Focused Therapy. Danielle is focused on building relationships with clients and has a strong background in working with those who are reluctant to engage in the counselling process.
Danielle received her Masters of Social Work from the University of Toronto and her Bachelors of Social Work from Ryerson University.
She is faculty at the University of Guelph Humber and Humber College and teaches in a variety of Public Safety and Counselling degree and diploma programs. Danielle is also a Yoga Teacher and specializes in teaching group, private and corporate yoga, and workshops with a Trauma-Informed framework.
Danielle was a Social Worker with the Halton Regional Police Service and has an extensive background in youth justice, children’s mental health, crisis intervention, trauma, restorative justice and adolescent and family relationships.