Dr. Danielle Kronfli is an Adjunct Assistant in the Master of Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) program at the USC Rossier School of Education, teaching courses in Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy and Child and Elder Abuse and Intimate Partner Violence.
Her research interests include childhood illness, death and how the family system copes and adapts to major stressors. Her clinical dissertation, titled “The Death of a Latency-Aged Child from a Terminal Illness: A Systemic Perspective”, evaluated the unique and specific psychological issues and needs of parents whose child has died from a terminal illness specifically recognizing the clinical challenges that can come about for these families.
In addition to teaching, Dr. Kronfli is located at the Greenhouse Therapy Center in Pasadena, CA where she conducts individual, child and adolescent, adult, couple, family and group psychotherapy with a primary focus on depression, anxiety, health-related and illness trauma, loss and grief, adjustment to life changes, couples issues and relational conflicts, struggles with achieving one’s full personal and professional potential, DIR/Floortime and Austistic Spectrum Disorder, and Parent Coaching. Dr. Danielle Kronfli received her PsyD in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis on Family, Child, and Couples and her MA in Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University and received her MMFT and her BA in Psychology from the University of Southern California.