Julie Daniel (she/her), LCSW, LCMHC-QS
Outpatient Psychotherapist in East Raleigh
Works with ages 21+
Julie Daniel is a LCSW and LCMHC-QS who has lived in the Raleigh area since 2012, getting her Bachelors and Masters of Social Work from NC State University. She has extensive clinical experience in community-based mental health since receiving her MSW in 2017. Julie has experience working with young children, adolescents, adults, and couples with a wide variety of needs, including chronic and complex trauma, parenting difficulties, folks with relational issues, anxiety, self-esteem, foster care/adoption, and other mental health stressors. She is a certified clinician in Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TFCBT), and Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) and has training/extensive experience in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Julie is Level I trained in the Gottman Method for couples counseling and has experience and a passion for working specifically with expecting, new, or young parents. Julie is currently working towards her Perinatal Mental Health Certification. She always utilizes trauma-informed care in her clinical practice and feels strongly in the importance to do so. She enjoys engaging folks in individual, family, and couples therapy to meet the whole person’s needs and utilize a person-centered approach.
Julie enjoys working alongside her clients and assisting them in their own decision-making and helping them empower themselves in their own lives. She understands and acknowledges how scary and unapproachable therapy, especially trauma therapy, can feel for many people. She firmly believes in humanizing the notion of therapy and making it approachable (and even enjoyable!) for people so they get the most out of their time in sessions.
In her free time, Julie enjoys going on walks with her young son, going to NC Courage soccer games, and exploring the Triangle’s food scene with her husband. She looks forward to working with you soon!
Childhood and Adulthood Trauma
Perinatal Mental Health
Parenting skills and support
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