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Danielle Marie Koller,
Clinical Social Worker Associate
Pending

 

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I see individuals in the

following age ranges:

  • Adults


Communities Supported:

  • Addiction and codependency

  • Health care professionals/healers

  • Highly sensitive people/empaths

  • LGBTQIA+

  • Neurodivergent

  • Individuals with disabilities

  • Teens

  • Women
     

Availability

  • Saturdays


Insurance:

  • Aetna

  • Cigna

  • Kaiser

  • OHP Columbia Pacific

  • OHP Healthshare/Care Oregon

  • OHP Jackson Care Connect

  • OHP Open Card

  • OHP Trillium

  • Providence


 


 

To schedule an appointment:
 

Contact our intake staff at: 


hello@healthalliescounseling.com

971-270-0167

“The power of the integrated body to heal
is endless, but we must return to our bodies
in order to experience all of this
valuable wisdom.
No amount of running away will serve us.”

- Anna Halprin

Welcome! My name is Danielle Koller (she/her), and I am grateful to be a part of the Health Allies team. I am passionate about assisting individuals in navigating life's challenges while harnessing their strengths for positive outcomes and resilience.

 

I believe in the profound impact our environment has on us, and in return, the influence we wield on the world. My career has been dedicated to supporting vulnerable populations through trauma-informed care and a strengths-based approach. As an advocate for individuals and families, including neurodivergent youth and those with developmental disabilities, I bring a holistic, compassionate, and inclusive perspective to therapy. Together, we can explore relationships, cope with life changes, foster personal growth, process trauma, manage stress, address addictions, or enhance overall well-being. Whatever brings you here, know that you are not alone – we can collaboratively work towards positive change in your life.

 

In my therapeutic practice, I incorporate Internal Family Systems (IFS) principles, acknowledging the intricate interplay of a core Self and various "parts" shaped by past experiences. I find fulfillment in supporting individuals recovering from substance use and addressing codependency. Our collaborative efforts focus on overcoming external dependencies, reclaiming personal power, and nurturing positive change. Whether you are navigating early recovery or deepening healing post-overcoming dependencies, our work is tailored to your unique needs for a supportive and transformative experience.

 

Reflecting on my own journey, I have learned that healing is closely tied to our ability to be present with ourselves and others. Guided by a relational and client-centered approach, I hold a safe, warm, and non-judgmental space -  incorporating expressive arts, imagery, and movement. Drawing from a lifelong connection to dance and authentic movement, we integrate somatic tools and mindfulness, embarking on a journey aimed at nurturing the fullest expression of your unique voice.

 

If this resonates with you, I invite you to connect with our scheduling team at hello@healthalliescounseling.com to explore the potential of working together.

 

About Me:

I recently moved to Portland, captivated by its beautiful landscapes. I enjoy hiking, exploring local eateries (especially pizza places), and activities like crafting earth altars during walks. In my free time, I take pleasure in daily rituals like arranging flowers, cooking, dancing, lifting kettlebells, and watching French comedies with my partner!

 

Education:

I hold a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Florida International University and a Master of Arts in Social Work from Barry University. Additionally, I am a certified life coach, having completed the program at the Life Purpose Institute in San Diego, CA. 

Treatment Areas:

  • Addiction

  • Anxiety

  • Codependency

  • Creativity

  • Highly Sensitive Person/Empath Growth

  • Life transitions

  • Relational issues

  • Self-Care/Self-Love/Self-Acceptance

  • Spirituality

  • Trauma

  • Women’s issues
     

Therapy modalities:

  • 12-step philosophy

  • Expressive Arts

  • Internal Family Systems

  • Mindfulness

  • Somatic practices

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