Danielle Render Turmaud, M.S., NCC

Danielle Render Turmaud, M.S., NCC, is a Counseling Professional who specializes in working with survivors of trauma; specifically, sexual trauma, sexual exploitation, and interpersonal violence. She has taught undergraduate and master’s level psychology and counseling courses at various universities, and currently teaches master’s level counseling courses and undergraduate psychology courses at Multnomah University in Oregon. Danielle is presently working towards obtaining her Ph.D. in Counseling and Counselor Education and has a passion for participating in advocacy efforts towards the de-stigmatization of trauma and its effects. These efforts have included presenting at conferences domestically and internationally on topics related to trauma and women’s studies, conducting trainings on trauma-informed care, and conducting research related to the psychological effects of trauma and the psychology of women. Danielle also participates as an Initial Reader Consultant for the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs to work towards providing quality training for counselors in training.

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Lifting the Veil on Trauma

De-stigmatizing trauma and the effects of trauma. Read now.