Danielle Wade

Danielle Wade

Fluent Languages
Accepted Insurance
BCBS, Aetna, Cigna/Evernorth, UHC/Optum, and Self-Pay


Dr. Danielle (Dani) Wade is passionate about assisting clients in recognizing their innate ability for positive and sustainable growth. She believes that a trusting and safe client-counselor relationship is foundational for client growth. Based on this, the foundation of her therapeutic orientation is client-centered therapy, which helps clients identify goals, minimize constraints/challenges, and weigh out possible outcomes. By incorporating techniques from cognitive behavioral therapy and solution-focused therapy, process-oriented approaches transition to a solution-focused perspective. This shift aids in the development of new and creative strategies aimed at restructuring behavioral and thought patterns, ultimately fostering optimal and sustainable growth. At the root of it all is positive psychology, allowing clients to refocus their attention on what makes life worth living through lenses related to happiness, compassion, hope, and strength.

Dr. Wade encourages clients to be an equal partner in the therapeutic setting, allowing individuals to take an active role in the planning and progression of their treatment goals. Clients can expect individualized treatment planning, based on her commitment to meet each client where they are in their desire for change. Ultimately, this empowers them to embrace their journey towards personal growth and fulfillment.

Dr. Wade received her Doctorate of Education and Master of Science degrees from the University of Western States with an emphasis in Sport and Performance Psychology. Additionally, she received her Master of Arts degree from Lindenwood University with an emphasis in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Certified Mental Performance Consultant.


Peak Athletic Performance Mental Toughness Anxiety Depression Interpersonal Relationships Disordered Eating Positive Communication Skills Stress Management Athletic Transitions Social Skills Goal Setting & Attainment Self-Esteem Development Burnout