Colleague: Dr. Gayle M. Randall, M.D.

I have come know Danielle Delaney quite well over the last several years.  I first met her through her skills as an interventionist. I was instantly drawn to her incredible ability to see the big picture and the ease with which she communicates so effectively to colleagues and clients alike. 

Recently in August of 2017 I worked closely with her on a radio show and was again thoroughly impressed with her skills as a talk show host.  Since then we have worked as cooperative colleagues to help heal and guide patients through addiction, trauma, physical challenges and more.

Danielle is truly dedicated and is one of the most talented and skilled therapists with which I have had the pleasure of working.

She comes from the heart and wraps her amazing experienced intellect around her approach making her “in it to win it” for any client she takes on.

Despite her busy schedule she is extremely available and approachable and embraces the care of each person she commits to as if they were her only client.

– Dr. Gayle Madeleine Randall, M.D.

Integrative, Functional and Internal Medicine
randallwellness.com

Colleague: Erica Spiegelman, CADAC-II

Danielles’s ability to understand all aspects of the human experience with the utmost empathy, understanding and kindness is what makes her an amazing counselor, specialist and healer.

She gives every individual she works with her very best, getting to know them intimately and tailors their healthy living plan to meet their individual needs. She walks the walk and helped so many people recover, thrive and heal.

– Erica Spiegelman, CADAC-II

Addiction Specialist, Counselor, Speaker
Author of “Rewired: A Bold New Approach to Addiction and Recovery”.

Colleague: Richard Allen Williams, MD, FACC

‘Expect Delays’ should be required reading for anyone coping with a traumatic experience or attempting to help a loved one or patient to do so.

Dr. Danielle Delaney has obviously been there and holds the roadmap to healing with your soul intact. The manner in which Danielle explains that delays are to be expected, embraced and turned into strengths is unusually concise and intuitive.

Perhaps because she has been there herself, Danielle knows the territory better than the rest, and in a way that others armed with even the best book learning of this area of expertise could ever hope for…there is no substitute for living, breathing life experience.

Accept no substitute.

Danielle bravely fought for her life more than once, and continues to come out on top. Fortunately for her patients, she came through the other side and is now a living example of how to dance gracefully back into the spotlight of your own life. I am duly impressed. Expect to be both disarmed and charmed by Delaney and by ‘Expect Delays,’ as was I.

Both Dr. Danielle Delaney and her story of tenacious survival and sheer will against the odds are entirely worthy of your full attention. Nobody does it better. I should know…I happen to be her proud father.

Brava!

– Dr. Richard Allen Williams, M.D., FACC, FAHA, FACP

117th President, National Medical Association
Clinical Professor of Medicine, UCLA School of Medicine
Founder, Association of Black Cardiologists
President/CEO, Minority Health Institute, Inc.
Named “Ethnic Physician of the Year,” California Medical Association Foundation
Named a Local Hero by KCET TV and Union Bank
Distinguished International Humanitarian Awardee, National Council of Women of the United States
Lifesaver Award, American Heart Association, 2014