Danielle Haggerty

Danielle enjoys spending time with her family and friends, cooking, and yoga.

Danielle Haggerty

Michigan State University School Psychology Doctoral Candidate

Background

Danielle Haggerty is a fourth year doctoral candidate in Michigan State University’s School Psychology PhD Program. She earned a Master’s Degree in School Psychology from Michigan State University in 2016. In the school-based setting, Danielle has experience conducting special education evaluations, consulting with teachers and parents, and leading academic and social-emotional interventions. She has also provided intensive behavioral therapy to children with selective mutism. She will spend this year expanding and generalizing her skills to private practice, under the supervision of Dr. Galvin.

Clinical Approach

Danielle uses a variety of evidenced-based practices, including behavioral and cognitive behavioral therapy for school-aged children struggling with academics, anxiety, behavioral management, executive functioning, and depression. Given her background in school psychology, Danielle’s competencies include administering, interpreting, and reporting results from cognitive and achievement assessments.  Additionally, Danielle’s school-based perspective in a private practice setting is conducive to her consultant role with parents, teachers, and schools.