Dr. Danielle Conklin, DNP, NP-P, PMHNP-BC, is a Board Certified Nurse Practitioner of Psychiatry. Danielle offers both therapy and medication management. She has a genuine passion for nurturing the resilience of persons with mental health challenges. She is committed to helping her clients through self-exploration and reflection in a guided experiential process toward greater wellbeing.
A particular area of interest is the effect of interpersonal trauma on the development of mental illness in young adulthood. She is trained in evidence-based trauma treatments including: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, and Emotion Focused Therapy.
Danielle is a recognized leader receiving awards, presenting on a national stage, and contributing to the advancement of nursing education:
- Awarded NYU College of Nursing’s “Distinguished Student” in the Psychiatric-Mental Health NP Program.
- Teaches as a Clinical Assistant Professor at NYU’s Psychiatric-Mental Health NP program
- Serves as Co-Chair of Graduate Education Committee for the American Psychiatric Nurses Association
- Leading the development of a trauma focused care module for advanced practice psychiatric mental health nursing education
She was an invited speaker at several national conferences:
*November 5, 2016: Complex Trauma: Attachment, Neuroscience, Assessment, Treatment. Society of Psychiatric Advanced Practice Nurses, Long Branch, New Jersey
*October 19, 2016: Brain Stimulation: Best Clinical Practices, Research, and Integration into a PMHNP Program. American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA) 30th Annual Conference, Hartford, Connecticut
*April 15, 2016: Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) with Children and Adolescents. International Society of Psychiatric Nursing (ISPN) Annual Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Education & Experience:
- Doctor of Nursing Practice and Master’s of Science Degrees in Psychiatric-Mental Health Advanced Practice Nursing from New York University
- Mount Sinai Roosevelt Hospital’s comprehensive psychiatric emergency program
- Addiction Institute of New York’s inpatient detoxification and rehabilitation program