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Danielle Pomilla

AMFT #144304

Danielle earned her M.A in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family
Therapy from Antioch University Santa Barbara. She is an AMFT (#144304 ) being supervised by
Keesha Amezcua, LMFT (#49075). Prior to earning her masters degree Danielle worked with individuals
and their outpatient teams to support eating disorder recovery, body image, trauma, depression, anxiety
etc. She’s particularly passionate about working with those who have eating disorders, relationship issues,
women’s issues, codependency and the LBGTQ+ population. The foundation of Danielle's therapeutic
approach is that connection and relationship are pillars of healing. She uses an eclectic style often pulling
from IFS, postmodern and attachment - based modalities. It is her priority that each client feels seen and
heard in a collaborative experience. She believes that healing happens through safe, reparative
relationships. Danielle shows up in the therapy room with empathy, authenticity, sensitivity and an
informal approach that is heart to heart, human to human.
Danielle identifies as part of the LGBTQ+ community, is fully recovered from an eating disorder
herself and has every confidence it is possible for others too. In her free time she enjoys playing and
snuggling with her goofy maltipoo, being with friends, being in nature, yoga and reading.

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