For seven years, foster children were welcomed into the DuPree home. Those years were a learning experience as to the horrendous nature of what child abuse is, the effects and long-lasting results. It was a great blessing to open our home to meet the child’s safety needs.
Danette M. DuPree received her B.A. degree in 2011 from Kaplan University, Iowa, with a major in Psychology and a minor concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis. In December 2015 she received her M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy from Messiah College, Grantham, Pennsylvania. Since July 2014 she has been a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC) and in June 2017, she received the Suicide "PAIR" Certification (Prevention, Assessment, Intervention, Recovery.)
It is recognized that everyone struggles at times in their life over various problems. Some of these issues may include: anxiety, grief and loss, forgiveness, parenting problems, anger, depression, pornography, eating disorders, marriage and divorce issues, and physical, emotional and sexual abuse.
My primary goal during sessions is to encourage healthy and safe relationships with others, self and God. I am certified and equipped to offer pre-marital counseling for those anticipating marriage. Since my approach to therapy is systemic in nature, additional family members may, with written client approval, be included in the therapy process.
Together, we apply suitable theories and techniques in helping you reach your goals.
Client confidential sessions will be scheduled by appointment only. You may call 717-314-5058 to arrange an appointment.
All appointments are confidential in nature according to Pennsylvania Law.