Live Mindful. Feel Better.
Dani Ellis has a Bachelors in Psychology from Loyola University New Orleans, a Masters in Professional Counseling Psychology (MA) from Argosy University Atlanta, and a Masters in Criminal Justice Administration (MCJ) from Loyola University New Orleans. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Texas. She is a National Certified Counselor (NCC). If you would like additional information on Dani's professional experience and training you can also visit her LinkedIn page.
She has treatment experience with problems of daily living, mental health disorders, addictive problems, eating disorders, trauma, and self-injury. She sees clients who are 13 years old and older for individual counseling. She also sees couples, families, and groups. Dani also provides seminars on healthy relationships and boundary setting, identifying potential red flags in relationships or behaviors that may indicate abuse in relationships, mindfulness and mediation skills, and relaxation skills.
Dani lives in Houston, TX with her husband of ten years. In addition to her commitment to helping and healing through counseling; she enjoys spending time with her much beloved and adored "furry babies". She has four dogs which include a rescue Neapolitan Mastiff named Nadia, a rescue Red Tick Bone hound named Amelie, a Border Collie puppy named Rukkus, and a Golden retriever puppy named Davos. Rukkus and Davos are in training to be emotional support/therapy animals and will be part of the WS counseling experience once they complete their canine education. Dani also has a geriatric Paso Fino horse named Vandalero who is her retired childhood show horse. She enjoys yoga, athletic training, traveling, equestrian sports (especially dressage), music, cooking, and is a life long learner.
The mind is everything. What we think we become.”