Dani Salzer


Dani Salzer

(408) 345-5572

Physical Location
United States of America


The journey into and through motherhood invites us to experience intense love and joy, but it also touches our most raw and vulnerable parts. We may experience worries of not being good enough or fears of losing our identity. The practical challenges of becoming a parent (such as breastfeeding and balancing work and home) can be particularly difficult and overwhelming when sleep deprived. Even the strongest/most capable among us sometimes experience stressors that challenge our ability to cope.

The poet John O’Donohue once wrote that our greatest longing is to be seen. I have a warm, accepting style that encourages you to process painful feelings and experiences and move toward healing and growth. My approach is creative and collaborative— based on your unique experience, strengths, and challenges. Drawing from humanistic and experiential theory, I incorporate positive psychology, mindfulness, and expressive arts to help clients accept themselves, challenge maladaptive thoughts, authentically connect with those they care about, and slow down and experience the moment.

As a therapist and mother, I understand how difficult it can be to take time for yourself when you may feel like you are barely keeping up with the demands of life and motherhood. But I also know that taking the time now, to increase self-awareness can move you beyond mere survival and transform your experience of motherhood. I invite you to discover meaning in your new role as a mother, connect with inner strengths and wisdom and recreate harmony and meaning in your life.

Practitioner Education & Credentials

Degree Title: MA in Counseling Psychology
Institution: John F. Kennedy University

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Practitioner Type
  • Marriage & Family Therapist
  • Couple
  • Family
  • Individual
  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
  • Abuse Survivor
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Grief/Loss/Bereavement
  • Trauma
Children, Adolescents, Young Adults, Adults