Danielle Kelmar, LCSW

Counseling and Coaching

Adolescents, Young Adults, Individuals & Family Psychotherapy

  

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About Me

Chances are if you are reading this you are seeking support for yourself or someone you love. Starting therapy for the first time or reaching out to a new therapist can be a tough and a stressful process. I have a warm empathetic style, so I hope that makes it easier.

 

My private practice focuses on working with adolescents, individuals and families. I also provide coaching for parents and athletes. 


I have over 20 years of experience as a practitioner, with a Masters Degree in Clinical Social Work and I am a Licensed Clinical Social worker. I am also trained in T.E.A.M. Therapy from Stanford University’s Feeling Good Institute, led by world-renowned Psychiatrist David Burns, M.D. Currently in my practice I specialize in working with clients who are struggling with General Anxiety, Social Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Depression, Eating Disorders, lack of motivation & procrastination.

My practice focuses on working with college students who are facing issues I specialize in as well as students returning home for a mental/medical leave from college and looking to build up a solid toolbox so they can regain their footing.

 

I really enjoy my time working with athletes who may be searching for tools to increase their motivation to reach their peak performance.

Non-Profit Boards: 

Breaking the Chains

Teen4Teenshelp.org

 

Education:

LCSW: Board of Behavioral Science, LCSW21450

Level 3 Certified TEAM-CBT Therapist, Feeling Good Institute 

Master of Social Work: Sacramento State University

Bachelor of Arts: Sonoma State University: BA in Psychology , Minor in Sports Psychology

Memberships:

NASW: National Institute of Social Workers

NIMH: National Institute of Mental Health

NEDA: National Eating Disorders Association

AED: Academy of Eating Disorders

NAMI: National Alliance on Mental Illness

Contact Me

800 Menlo Ave,
Suite 212
Menlo Park, CA

1.650.308.8393