top of page

About Danielle

Welcome! I am a Manhattan based child, adolescent and adult psychotherapist committed to understanding individual perspectives and experiences, assisting you in articulating your unique needs and goals in order to optimize emotional well-being and happiness. I aim to create a safe and supportive environment that empowers you to explore your genuine self. I believe that quality of life experience is subjective and that we all feel validated and supported when our voices are heard and respected. I have a transparent communication style and warm, empathetic presence and employ various therapeutic approaches as needed. 

I am currently pursuing my PhD in Social Work at New York University. Previously, I worked as a pediatric palliative care social worker at Children's Hospital Los Angeles. I am fellowship trained in interdisciplinary pediatric palliative care from Harvard University/Boston Children's Hospital/Dana Farber Cancer Institute. I hold a Master's degree in Social Work from Indiana University, as well as bachelor's degrees in Psychology and History from Indiana University. 

About : About Me
About : Image


Jonas, D., Patneaude, A., Purol, N., Scanlon, C., & Remke, S. (2022). Defining Core Competencies and A Call to Action: Dissecting and Embracing the Crucial and Multifaceted Social Work Role in Pediatric Palliative Care. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management.


Bogetz, J. F., Trowbridge, A., Lewis, H., Jonas, D., Hauer, J., & Rosenberg, A. R. (2022). Forming Clinician-Parent Therapeutic Alliance for Children With Severe Neurologic Impairment. Hospital Pediatrics, 12(3), 282-292.


Bogetz, J. F., Lewis, H., Trowbridge, A., Jonas, D., Hauer, J., & Wilfond, B. S. (2021). From Monochromatic to Technicolor: Parent Perspectives on Challenges and Approaches to Seeing Children with Severe Neurological Impairment Holistically. Journal of Palliative Medicine.


Jonas, D.F., Scanlon, C., & Bogetz, J. F. (2021). Parental Decision-Making for Children with Medical Complexity: An Integrated Literature Review. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management.


Bogetz, J. F., Trowbridge, A., Lewis, H., Shipman, K. J., Jonas, D. F., Hauer, J., & Rosenberg, A. R. (2021). Parents Are the Experts: A Qualitative Study of the Experiences of Parents of Children with Severe Neurological Impairment During Decision-Making. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 62(6), 1117-1125.

Brock, K., Jonas, D. F. (2021). Telehealth Use in Pediatric Palliative Care & Patients with Chronic or Life Threatening Illness. ChiPPS E-Journal for National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (In Press).  


Jonas, D. F., Drouin, K., Greenman, J., Klein, V., Scanlon, C., Frechette, E., Cramer, L., Eagan, A., Rusch, R., Joselow, M., Purol, N. (2021). The Long Shadow: Collateral Impact and Finding Resilience Amidst a Global Pandemic, Pediatric Palliative Care Social Work During COVID-19. Journal of Social Work in End-of-Life & Palliative Care. 1-19.   

Jonas, D. F. (2020). An Unexpected Gift. Journal of Palliative Medicine, 23(6), 868-869.
Jonas, D. F., Scanlon, C., Schmidt, L., & Bogetz, J. (2020). Creating a Seat at the Table: How Family Meetings Elucidate the Palliative Care Social Work Role. Journal of Palliative Medicine.
Rusch, R., Greenman, J., Scanlon, C., Horne, K., & Jonas, D. F. (2020). Bibliotherapy and Bereavement: Harnessing the Power of Reading to Enhance Family Coping in Pediatric Palliative Care. Journal of Social Work in End-of-Life & Palliative Care, 1-14.
Jonas, D. F., Scanlon, C., Rusch, R., Ito, J., & Joselow, M. (2018). Bereavement After a Child’s Death. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 27(4), 579-590.
Jonas, D. F.,  Scanlon, C., Gorry, S., & Bogetz, J. (2017). What About Me?: Addressing the Grief and Bereavement Needs of Siblings. ChiPPS E-Journal, 47(May), 9-15.
Jonas, D. F. (2017). Redefined Boundaries: When Palliative Care Hits Home. Journal of Palliative Medicine, 20 (10): 1162-63.
Jonas, D. F., & Bogetz, J. F. (2016). Identifying the Deliberate Prevention and Intervention Strategies of Pediatric Palliative Care Teams Supporting Providers during Times of Staff Distress. Journal of Palliative Medicine, 19(6), 679-683.

About : Credentials
bottom of page