Globe Core Inc Team Member

Dr. Danniella Jones, 

Licensed Psychologist


Ciera Lewis, MA

My Services Offered

I work with a diverse group of clients through various services. Within the scope of therapy, I work with individuals, couples, and families to help my clients overcome the obstacles they are facing. I provide therapy in two different settings. The first being in my office, and the second falls under my concierge services. Some of the benefits to the concierge service are priority scheduling, extended hour, and a private location of your choosing.

I also provide my therapy services by means of a group setting. I create groups in which people dealing with similar symptoms can discuss their shared stories and progress together. I also offer workshops in professional development that are aimed to create a proactive relationship within the work setting for employers, employees, and the organization as a whole. Similarly, I provide help with employee and corporate wellness in ensuring that the employees feel taken care of and content with their job.

What it is like being in session with me

I see you as more than a diagnosis. I provide a holistic focus on your individual physical, emotional, and family health. Not every therapist looks at the whole picture. I assess the entire person, not just their clinical diagnosis. This applies to all my services, as well.

Creating and maintaining our professional career can be a frustrating and overwhelming journey; but, once again, these feelings do not define the type of person that you are. I see you for who you are and meet you there. Through my concierge service, I understand that you have other priorities, and coming to an office or sitting in traffic can be can undesirable. Your life is specific to you, and certain requirements in a normal therapy office can be difficult to manage. I strive to create an environment that is meant for you and your needs.

Treatment/Approach modality

I have a very system-focused approach. I look at you within the context of your system. This includes how you interact differently or the same in various places and with various people. Your system is everything and everyone around you. This approach helps me find the triggers in your life that may be missed when only the individual is looked at. Your life around you can also impact the decisions you make as a person, professional, friend, colleague, employee or any role you take on in your life.

We do not live in a vacuum. The way you see yourself impacts those around you and your system. We all connect with each other in various ways, and these connections bleed into our own lives and personality. You are not completely detached from those around you. The people you talk to in your daily life are constantly affecting you, whether it is positive or negative.

My specialties

I primarily work with those dealing with relationship issues, individually, in couples, and within family sessions. I have embraced the idea of a diverse family in every way. Whether the diversity comes from their background, race, gender, sexuality, or even how they define their relationship with each other.

I help guide partners through marital and pre-marital issues through blocks in their relationships and life struggles. Though couples and family counseling are a significant part of my work, I work with a wide array of clients with different presenting symptoms. I also specialize in Naturopathy. This is an alternative to medicine that promotes self-healing through natural products and techniques to strengthen the body.

​In addition to the already mentioned, I work with those dealing with dual diagnosis and/or substance use issues. Many people deal with multiple mental health diagnoses at once, and they all need to be taken into consideration while creating a treatment plan. Similarly, substance use is often due to previous issues and struggles, as well as the substances creating issues and struggles. I look at everything you are dealing with and create a plan that is unique to you and your needs. No matter who you are, my goal is to gain insight into your life and get educated about the different issues that may act as triggers in your life – then using this information to find new and healthier coping strategies.

Specialties include: depression and anxiety; racial, ethnic, and religious stressors; relationship, identity, and marriage issues; addictions; work-related or academic stressors; finding love; dietary and lifestyle counseling

How therapy helps

I want to help you strive for authenticity. Today, we share a connection across the globe, but people feel less connected than ever. Loneliness and feelings of isolation are increasing, and this can lead to a lot of health issues. You need good and stable relationships that are real, not just a product of social media. You need real connections that can come from genuinely looking inside yourself and finding who you are. I would like to see people be more aware of others, not so self-focused. Helping people reconnect and find real relationships in life is my ultimate goal. Finding a better environment with relationships can help you with the evolution of finding your best solutions. Therapy is not about telling you what to do but about helping facilitate the best solutions.

My credentials

I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), a Naturopathic Doctor (ND), a divorce mediator, a human resource professional (PHR), and a family business consultant. I received a B.S. at Iowa State University, an M.A. at Georgia School of Professional Psychology, an MBA at Columbia Southern University, and an N.D. at Trinity School of Natural Health. I also completed post-graduate work in Marriage and Family Therapy at the University of Georgia. I have also received numerous awards and honors, including being competitively selected to the National Society of Leadership and Success, and being named Who’s Who Among Executive and Professional Women in the Field of Counseling and Development.

My hobbies

In my spare time, I enjoy walking in the park, playing tennis, bouncing on a trampoline, and playing with cats and dogs.


I suppose I could talk about all the good things that Dr. Belhamel has offered, but it would be too much to write. The truth is, she is a phenomenal young woman who serves the community to the best of her ability. She possesses the skills of working well with others. ~Anonymous

Dr. Belhamel is a highly competent professional, and totally dependable. I found [her] to be of the highest ethical standards. She treats clients with respect and positive regard. She was always courteous and professional. It was enjoyable to work with her. ~Anonymous

Thank you, Dr. Sharon, for this past year of guidance, growth, and advice that you have provided. We are in a much better place now than we were before seeing you. Thank you for challenging us to be better and do better. You have been such a blessing to our marriage. We pray that God continues to work through you. ~Anonymous


Doctoral Degree (Psy.D., 2018)
Clinical Psychology (Child/Adolescent/Family & Adult)
Spalding University

Master’s Degree (MA< 2015)
Clinical Psychology (Child/Adolescent/Family & Adult)
Spalding University

Bachelor’s Degree (BS, 2013)
Psychology & Women’s Studies
Berry College 


  • Licensed Psychologist – Georgia
  • Licensed Psychologist – Florida
  • Certified Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) Therapist
Ashley Martinez, LPC Clinician

Honors, Awards & Memberships

  • Golden Palm Award, Palm Beach County, Florida 
  • The National Association of Counties (NACo) Achievement Award
  • The International Honor Society in Psychology (PSI CHI)


  • Depression and Self-Injurious Behaviors 
  • Substance Misuse 
  • Child Sexual Abuse/Sexual Assault  
  • Intimate Partner Violence 
  • LGBTQ+ related concerns 
  • Race-Related Trauma and/or Stress
  • Stress Related to Intersectionality 
  • Communication Issues 
  • Family Conflict 
  • Parenting and Behavior Management 

Clinical & Consulting Interests

  • Individual, Family, and Group Therapy
  • Workshops & Trainings:  Implicit Bias, Racial/Ethnic Microaggressions, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, Trauma, Child Sexual Abuse, Intimate Partner Violence
  • Psychological Evaluations

What it’s Like to Work with Me

As a person with diverse intersectional identities who has been exposed to adversity, it is my goal to create a safe space that supports others on their personal journey to healing and transformation. I understand that while I have expertise in the areas of mental health, relationships, diversity, and trauma, you are the most knowledgeable on your needs, challenges, and lived experiences. As a result, I take a collaborative approach to treatment which allows me to actively listen to my client’s needs and foster their strengths while also allowing me the opportunity to provide guidance, offer feedback, and challenge my clients when needed.

Additionally, I utilize an integrative approach to therapy using evidence-based interventions such as CBT, ACT, and attachment theory. This means that I help manage your concerns by examining and challenging the ways your thoughts/beliefs impact your emotions and behaviors.
When indicated, I help clients identify their values and the way their relationships with important figures in early life have impacted their current relationships with themselves and others. Moreover, I approach therapy from a systemic lens which allows me to consider the influence of structural variables as well as the impact of your family of origin, cultural context, and positionality on the way that you show up with yourself, others, and the world.

I enjoy working with parents and families utilizing PCIT which helps to improve your child’s behavior and your relationship with your child. I also enjoy working with clients who have experienced trauma, substance misuse, depression, and/or relational concerns and I am passionate about working with individuals from diverse and marginalized communities. I exercise flexibility and adaptability in my approach so that I can provide support in a way that meets the needs of the individual or individuals in front of me. I enter the therapeutic space authentically and strive for cultural humility in order to create an atmosphere of safety and trust where my clients feel seen, valued, and empowered.

Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)

What is Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)?
PCIT is an evidence-based behavioral parent training therapy. It teaches parents and caregivers skills that enhance their relationship with their child as well as manage their child’s difficult behaviors. In addition, PCIT has been shown to reduce parenting stress.

Who is a good fit for PCIT?
Ideal clients for PCIT have children ages 2-7 that are displaying disruptive behaviors and would like to learn skills to manage those behaviors and improve interactions with their child.

What to expect?
PCIT is offered virtually through telehealth. Families enrolled in PCIT will be meet with a certified PCIT therapist for one hour each week who will serve as their coach. Using headphones and video, parents are coached while interacting and playing with their children. The length of treatment is typically 12-18 sessions, but also depends on how quickly the family learns PCIT skills and how quickly their child’s behavior improves.

Personal Highlights

I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Certified Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) Therapist with over a decade of experience working in the advocacy and mental health field. I am passionate about working with diverse populations, parents and families, and individuals who have been exposed to adversity and/or trauma. My aim is to increase access to and reduce the stigma of mental health in marginalized communities. In addition, my goal is to encourage positive changes related to equity and inclusion in the community at large through workshops, training, and consultation.


“I LOVED EVERYTHING about this training. I was glued to my laptop screen. I will DEFINITELY be joining plenty of Dr. Jones classes.”

“Dr. Jones is an excellent presenter. The sensitive information is provided in a genuine and “easy to understand” manner that welcomes more insight and open mindedness. It continues to open my mind and my awareness on how long this has been a problem for and how much work it is going to take to continue to make changes for improvement. Great job once again Dr. Jones! I admire your courage and strength! You have helped me become more self-aware, more open minded, and more courageous to work on these problems with my clients. I appreciate you.”

“I felt like I could strongly connect with Dr. Jones and the staff was extremely helpful and supportive in all situations.”

“I cannot express my appreciation and gratitude for Dr. Jones and her supervisee. They were wonderful and so helpful during this program. They have made a huge impact on not just my son but us as parents as well.”

My Hobbies

In my spare time, I enjoy creating new recipes and trying new food, watching thrillers, and dancing. I also enjoy spending time with loved ones and relaxing near large bodies of water.
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