My name is Dani Rosenkrantz and I am excited to meet you. I am a Licensed Psychologist and I recently returned to the great state of Florida after several years in Kentucky and North Carolina. I earned my Bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Jewish Studies from the University of Florida and my Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology at the University of Kentucky with a focus on the LGBTQ+ community, religious/spiritual identity, and parental acceptance. Outside of my work at USF, I love soaking in that glorious Florida sunshine, listening to musical theatre, eating all the tasty food Tampa Bay has to offer, connecting with community, and netflixing with my partner and cat child.
I have experience supporting students with a range of issues, including identity exploration, relationship challenges, and emotional regulation. I appreciate the opportunity to work with students as they deepen their awareness of self and systems, build their coping and resilience skills, and experiment with ways to live authentically and navigate life’s many challenges. My approach to therapy comes from a Feminist, Interpersonal perspective that emphasizes understanding how life experiences and context impact how we relate to ourselves and others. It is a privilege to help USF Bulls create lives where they can thrive and be well; I look forward to developing a healing relationship with you.
Clinical interests: LGBTQ+ issues, faith challenges, identity development and intersectionality, trauma, and relationship concerns
Approach to Supervision/Training: Competency Based Supervision Model & feminist supervision style
Languages spoken: English
Affiliations/Roles: Co-chair for the American Psychological Association Taskforce on Religion and LGBTQ Issues