“The greatest compliment that was ever paid me was when someone asked me what I thought, and attended to my answer.” — Henry David Thoreau

Strongly committed to her clients, Danielle Horwich, LCSW, M.A.Ed. is driven by the belief that with guidance, support, and commitment, each of us has the ability to cultivate our strengths, grow towards our full potential, and find deeper meaning in our lives. She provides therapy and education to parents and adults focused on issues related to:

  • Infant and Child development

  • Parent child relations

  • Identity development

  • Relationships

  • Grief and loss

  • Self acceptance

  • Purpose and fulfillment

Danielle's educational journey began with a Bachelor’s Degree from Brown University, continuing with a Master’s in Special Education from Loyola Marymount University, and a Master’s in Social Work from University of Southern California (USC). She has taught and practiced with: 

  • The USC School of Social Work

  • Los Angeles, Beverly Hills & Santa Monica Unified School Districts

  • The Maple Counseling Center

  • Jewish Family Service

  • Dr. Bonnie Mark-Goldstein at the Center for Psychological Services

  • The Gottman Institute in Seattle, Washington

  • Donna Holloran, Babygroup, Santa Monica California

Utilizing an integrative approach, Danielle incorporates her experiences as both an educator and therapist to help clients deepen insight, create change, and fulfill their unique potentials.