Danielle Davis

Danielle Davis (they/them)

Professional Counselor Associate

Supervisor: Kimberly Jayne, LPC, Anne-Marie Benjamin, LPC

I use somatic, mindful, experiential, and attachment-focused approaches to support clients in healing trauma & re-finding home within.

Client Status

accepting clients


6536 SE Duke St


Portland, OR 97206

At a Glance


Rate: $140-$160

Provides free initial consultation

Practicing Since: 2021


  • Individual
  • Family
  • Child
  • Relationship
  • Teen

Insurances Accepted

  • Out of Pocket
  • OHP CareOregon/HealthShare

My Ideal Client

I work best with adult + adolescent individuals who feel ready to work with their bodies / nervous systems towards healing trauma, who are excited by the idea of moving towards more easeful embodiment, and are perhaps specifically looking for a somatic, mindfulness-based approach to therapy. I do also adore working with my beloved LGBTQIA+ community!

My Approach to Helping

My therapeutic approach is organized by a belief that our bodies hold the secrets of our wounds as well as the intrinsic wisdom to heal them. At this site of embodiment, profound transformation naturally occurs: of wounding into self-knowing, of constriction into aliveness, of pain into resource. I practice trauma-informed, mindfulness-based and attachment-focused somatic therapy which invites you to slow way down & bring curious attention to the fabric of your inner world. Practicing non-judgmental attention to your moment-to-moment experience within the context of a safe and supportive relationship allows us to collaboratively study how your particular system organizes experience & to become aware of the patterns in operation & their origins. Throughout this map-making process, your system will organically show us what it needs in order to process and repair places of pain and stuckness. With kiddos, I use sand tray and expressive arts therapies, + family sessions.

My Personal Beliefs and Interests

I work from a systems perspective that understands our individual self as being situated within & impacted by a nest of wider systems - generational, familial, societal, & global. These contexts - many of which have taken on oppressive qualities via the vehicles of settler colonialism, racism, cis-hetero patriarchy, & late-capitalism - impact us and the families we are embedded within profoundly; they inform how we experience ourselves in the world, imprinting our brains and our bodies, shaping us in often deeply unconscious ways. When we slow down and bring mindful, non-judgemental awareness to our here-and-now experience, subconscious patterns begin to reveal themselves, giving us the possibility to cultivate understanding, nourishment, resilience, and ultimately, transformation.

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