Registered Social Worker
Danielle Stam [MSW, RSW] has been working with children, youth, adults, and families since 2005. She is a mother to 3 school-aged children and has both lived and knowledge-based experience working, living with, and walking along-side children and teens who experience the world as neurodivergent and/or are facing a mental health or well-being challenge. Danielle believes strongly in the need for each child, teen, and person to have a space where they feel connected and belong.
She is also an EMDR clinician with training, experience, and expertise treating trauma, OCD, and various well-being challenges in children, teens, and adults. Danielle integrates body-focused and somatic exercises into skills-based work, to support kids with anxiety, panic, phobias, social skills challenges, and more in listening to their bodies and allowing their bodies to tell the story as their most powerful tool. She has a special passion for working with adopted children and children who have experienced adversity of any kind, including early attachment loss.