Dr. Danielle Blackmore holds a Master’s degree and PhD in Clinical Psychology from Ryerson University. She obtained training during her internship at the Centre of Addition and Mental Health (CAMH) where she worked in the Mood and Anxiety Program and the Psychological Trauma Program. In addition, Danielle has experience in diverse settings including private practice, the psychosocial oncology program at Credit Valley Hospital, and the Ryerson Centre for Student Development and Counselling.
She completed her graduate studies in the Psychosocial Medicine Lab, where she produced research on the psychological impact of chronic illness such as cancer and Multiple Sclerosis on individuals. She provides assessment and therapy for adults that targets depression, anxiety, coping with chronic illness, PTSD, coping effectively with stress, perfectionism, procrastination, assertiveness, and insomnia.
Dr. Blackmore works from a client centered model and specializes in Cognitive Behavioual Therapy (CBT). Her distinctions include Masters and Doctoral Research Awards from the Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR), an Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS), and the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada Studentship.