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Danielle Spearman-Camblard
Mental Health Professional
Midlothian, Virginia
19 years of experience
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About me

ONLINE TELETHERAPY-Serving clients all over the states of Connecticut, Virginia, and Florida! Dr. Danielle Spearman-Camblard, Psy.D. specializes in mental health services for perinatal mood disorders. Dr. Danielle Spearman-Camblard (also known as Dr. Danielle) is a licensed clinical psychologist in the states of CT, FL, & VA; media contributor in the popular press; consultant to organizations & churches; and speaker with almost 20 years of expertise in the mental health field. Dr. Danielle's clinical focus is in helping women who are pregnant, who have a baby to care for, or mothers with large families. She treats anxiety, depression, perinatal perfectionism, compassion fatigue, miscarriage loss, pregnancy fears after experiencing a loss, and maternal mental health in ethnic minority women. She also provides parent training in parent-child bonding. As a mother of four children, she understands how challenging this period of life can be and the ways in which pregnancy, giving birth, and taking care of a baby can be challenging. "Mothering the mother" is a goal in how she utilizes CBT with women in this phase of life. Dr. Danielle received specialized training from the Yale Child Study Center's Family Based Recovery (FBR) program working with the perinatal population of mothers and fathers, in addition to infant and early childhood mental health. Dr. Danielle provides holistic mental health services and upholds culturally responsive care to BIPOC (Black Indigenous and People of Color). She is passionate about dismantling racial disparities in mental health as a racial trauma expert.

Education

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, University of Connecticut (2002)

Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology, University of Hartford (2004)

Doctor of Psychology, University of Hartford's Graduate Institute of Professional Psychology (2006)

Certification and training

Yale Child Study Center, Family Based Recovery program training (2017)

PSI Perinatal Mental Health 2-Day Certificate Course (2021)

PSI Advanced Perinatal Mental Health Course (2021)

Memberships and affiliations

American Psychological Association (APA)

National Register of Health Service Psychologists

Connecticut Association for Infant Mental Health, Inc. (CT-AIMH)

Connecticut Psychological Association (CPA)

Association of Black Psychologists (ABPsi)

Postpartum Support International (PSI)

Perinatal Mental Health Alliance for People of Color (PMHA-POC)

Specialties
Anger Management Anxiety and Depression Assertiveness Birth Trauma Child/family Therapy Childhood Growth and Development Children and Adolescents Counseling Circle of Security Parenting Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Dialectical Behavior Therapy Faith-Based Counseling Family Consultation Mental Health Mood Disorders Motivational Interviewing Parenting Parenting Support Perinatal and Infant Loss Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Perinatal Mood Disorders Postpartum Depression Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Pregnancy Loss Pregnancy, Prenatal, Postpartum Therapy Psychotherapy Relaxation Techniques Self-Actualization Self-Compassion Self-Esteem Solution Focused Therapy Spirituality Strengths-Based Therapy Stress Management Telehealth Toddlers Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Tweens
Languages

English

Accepted insurances
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
Service introduction

Dr. Danielle's clinical focus is in helping women who are pregnant, who have a baby to care for, or mothers with large families. She treats anxiety, depression, perinatal perfectionism, birth trauma, compassion fatigue, miscarriage loss, pregnancy fears after experiencing a loss, and maternal mental health in ethnic minority women. She also provides parent training in parent-child bonding. As a mother of four children, she understands how challenging this period of life can be and the ways in which pregnancy, giving birth, and taking care of a baby can be challenging. "Mothering the mother" is a goal in how she utilizes CBT with women in this phase of life.