Danielle Wilson, MSW, LGSW

Danielle Wilson is a Mental Health Practitioner who has her Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of St. Thomas/St. Catherine University and she obtained a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Psychology from the University of Minnesota. 

Danielle is licensed as an LGSW (License Graduate Social Worker) currently in process of licensure for Clinical Social Work.  Danielle has provided mental health services with TSA prior to her current position working with children and families in both the school and home-based setting. Before joining TSA, she worked with adults in the correctional setting providing psycho-educational classes and group therapy. Danielle has also worked with incarcerated mothers in the Minnesota Prison Doula Project providing parenting education and mental health support focusing on attachment and how to build strong relationships with their children.  Danielle has a passion for building on the relationship between a parent and child through education and mental health support, especially when those bonds have been damaged through adversity. She also finds the importance in understanding how the biological, psychological, and emotional impacts of trauma can affect children and families and learning to create resilience.  Danielle works in the School Linked Mental Health Programs - Pine City Schools.