In this episode of Between Sessions Podcast, Eboni and Eliza are joined by Danielle Bowman, we discuss why don’t minority families go to therapy.

Danielle Bowman is a licensed professional counselor in Houston, Texas. Danielle helps parents by working with their children to manage their emotions and learn to express themselves in positive ways. As a therapist, she helps children overcome negative experiences, build coping skills, and help the family confidently rebuild/repair the strain in the family unit.

Danielle Bowman, MHR, LPC – Bio

Danielle received her Master’s in Human Relations (MHR) in 2011 from the University of Oklahoma. With a focus on becoming a Licensed Professional Counselor, Danielle began working in the mental health field in 2009 in a residential treatment facility for children diagnosed with Autism, Asperger’s, and behavioral issues. She went on to become an intern/case manager then therapist at Infant-Parent Intervention Center focusing primarily on infant mental health and families with child welfare involvement. Moving back to her hometown in 2015, Danielle continues to work with children 2 years and up and families with addressing issues in childhood trauma, disruptive behaviors, depression, and improving parent/child relations. Danielle’s website is

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