Dr. Danielle Couture received her bachelor's degree from Boston College and her medical degree from Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. She completed her psychiatry residency training at University of Pennsylvania and was Chief Resident. During training, she received the award for Outstanding Senior Resident. She has worked the emergency room, hospital, and outpatient setting, and she most recently worked at Penn Behavioral Health Outpatient clinic and Hospital of University of Pennsylvania and Mental Health Partnerships in Philadelphia. She holds the position of Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry in the Clinical track at the University of Pennsylvania where she teaches and supervises resident physicians.
Her practice focuses on both psychotherapy and psychopharmacology for older adolescents and adults. She also offers combination treatment with medication and psychotherapy or she can work in collaboration with an existing therapist for medication management. She has received specialized training in evaluation and treatment of depression, anxiety, ADHD, bipolar, trauma, and psychotic disorders. She also works with individuals who need help with stress management, life transitions, and work-life balance. She has training in both cognitive behavioral treatment, including prolonged exposure therapy and exposure/response prevention therapy, and psychodynamic psychotherapy. Dr. Couture collaborates with patients to create individualized treatment plans.