In The Media

Dr. Forshee is not only dedicated full time to clients in her practice but she is also an author, public speaker and commentator. Often, media outlets throughout the United Sates and internationally ask for her opinion on current events, clinical issues and trends.

We catolague these articles for you to get a better insight on her knowledge and opinions on such hot topics related to all aspects of relationships, treating and managing various psychiatric diagnoses, conflict management and managing individual responses to school-shootings and suicide.

Hello Beautiful – Psychologist Weighs In On The Mental Toll Of Viewing Viral Disturbing Content After Death Of Rapper XXXtentacion

Dr Forshee weighs in on the mental toll of viewing viral disturbing content after the death of rapper XXXTentacion What do you think are the psychological effects of people witnessing the rapper’s final moments on social media? Dr. Forshee: When social media portrays violent acts such as a video or photo of someone being assaulted, […]

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Elite Daily – The Best Ways To Beat Boredom Are Hidden In Your Everyday Routine, So Get Creative

Dr. Forshee tells Elite Daily readers how to combat boredom by changing up your everyday routine. According to Dr. Danielle Forshee, LLC, a doctor of psychology and licensed clinical therapist, combating boredom requires two things: spontaneous experiences and switching up your regular schedule in intervals (i.e. every six months, once a year, etc.). So take […]

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Bustle – 7 Subtle Things Your Partner May Do If They Have One Foot Out The Door

Dr. Forshee tells Bustle readers how to tell if your partner is considering leaving the relationship. As licensed psychologist Dr. Danielle Forshee tells Bustle, any sort of sudden changes in consistency can signal problems in the relationship. For instance, if your partner stops turning to your for advice or stops findings ways to integrate you […]

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Bustle – 7 Signs Your Relationship Won’t Last After The First 3 Months Of Dating

Dr. Forshee talks to Bustle about signs your relationship won’t last after the first few months. At the beginning of a relationship, texting, calling, and messaging typically happen very often. There’s a lot of back and forth flirtation, and you pretty much expect it. But if your partner is no longer predictable or consistent with […]

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Bustle – 7 Signs Your Partner Isn’t as Supportive In Your Relationship As They Should Be

Dr. Forshee shares with Bustle readers signs you can tell your partner isn’t supportive. “Having psychological and emotional support in a relationship creates cohesion between two people,” licensed psychologist Dr. Danielle Forshee tells Bustle. “It exemplifies the level of attachment, love and care, as well as stability and predictability of the partner. When support is […]

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Bustle – How To Calm Down During A Panic Attack, According To Science

Dr. Forshee teaches Bustle readers what a panic attack is and how to calm down during one. Because a panic attack is anything but pleasant. “A panic attack is a sudden urge of fear and distress that takes over and makes you feel loss of control and intense fear,” psychologist Dr. Danielle Forshee tells Bustle. […]

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Bustle – How To Tell If You’re In Love Or Just Emotionally Dependent On Your Partner

Dr. Forshee tells Bustle readers the difference between being in love and being emotionally dependent on your partner. “When you are emotionally dependent on your partner, your mood (happiness, sadness, loneliness, anxiety) is mostly contingent upon your partner’s mood and upon your interpretation of what you believe your partner’s mood is,” Dr. Danielle Forshee, clinical […]

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Elite Daily – How To Change Loneliness To Solitude, Because Sometimes It’s All A Matter Of Perspective

Dr. Forshee teaches Elite Daily readers how to change loneliness to solitude A vital part of taking care of your emotional self is maintaining your physical self, too. That’s right, friends: Getting physically active can stimulate all the good feels (hey there, endorphins), and according to Dr. Danielle Forshee, LLC, a doctor of psychology and […]

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Cosmopolitan – How to Deal When Your Ex Ends up Being the “Perfect Partner”… in Their Next Relationship

Dr. Forshee speaks with Cosmopolitan about when your ex ends up being the perfect partner in their next relationship Being a Relationship Coach often makes you realize you have your own life together and that you make a great partner. And it lets you ID qualities you want in your next plus-one (e.g., they treats […]

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Elite Daily – Why Gratitude Is Good For You – Especially When You Practice It Every Day Like Shay Mitchell

Dr. Forshee informs Elite Daily readers on the importance of practicing gratitude Gratitude is something you practice, but it’s also something you feel. According to Dr. Danielle Forshee, LLC, a doctor of psychology and licensed clinical social worker, gratitude is something that is both internally felt and externally executed. Think of it as a kind […]

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Bustle – If Your Mom Ever Says These 10 Things, She Might Be Toxic

Dr. Forshee tells Bustle readers signs that their relationship with their mother may be toxic. Luckily, although it walks a fine line, a toxic relationship doesn’t always mean emotional abuse. “A toxic relationship is a dynamic between two or more people where emotional needs generally go unmet because of issues that have nothing to do […]

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Bustle – 10 Ways To De-Escalate An Argument, If You’re A Sensitive Person

Dr. Forshee tells Bustle readers effective ways to de-escalate arguments “Ask clarifying, open-ended questions. Open ended questions begin with ‘how, when, why, tell me more about, help me understand,’” Dr. Danielle Forshee, doctor of psychology and licensed clinical social worker, tells Bustle. This trick will keep you from making assumptions or inadvertently hurting the person’s […]

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Bustle – Why it’s ok to turn off the news according to experts

Dr. Forshee talks to Bustle on the importance of turning of the news at times Dr. Danielle Forshee, a psychologist and licensed clinical social worker, tells Bustle that folks may want to disconnect from the news cycle because coverage tends to glamorize suicide. “Traditionally, it is contraindicated for any details pertaining to the method of […]

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Bustle – 11 subtle differences between a toxic relationship vs. one that just needs work

Dr. Forshee helps Bustle readers distinguish between toxic relationships and relationships that need work But there are some key differences to watch out for. “A truly toxic relationship is different than a rough patch when you notice that behaviors are … destructive on a rather consistent basis, despite attempts at rectifying them,” clinical psychologist and […]

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Elite Daily – Why Are Conversations Better At Night? Experts Say It’s All About How Relaxed You Are

Dr. Forshee talks to Elite Daily on why conversations tend to be better at nighttime According to Dr. Danielle Forshee, LLC, a doctor of psychology and a licensed clinical social worker, this is exactly the type of conversation you should have at night. It could be with a significant other, best friend, parent, or sister, […]

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Elite Daily – 6 ways to help someone with social anxiety because no one should go through it alone

Dr. Forshee talks to elite daily about why no one should go through social anxiety alone According to the Social Anxiety Institute, social anxiety disorder is the third largest psychological problem in the United States — yikes. Dr. Danielle Forshee, LLC, a doctor of psychology and licensed clinical social worker, tells Elite Daily that someone […]

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Elite Daily – 6 tips for finding the right therapist when you simply have no idea where to begin

Finding it difficult to find the therapist that best suits you? Dr. Forshee weighs in on tips that will help you find the perfect one Let’s say you’ve met with a potential therapist and agreed to a traditional session. Even though your first impression was a good one, sitting in an actual session with them […]

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Elite Daily – Why do I get so attached to tv shows? According to experts, what you’re feeling is totally normal

Do you get attached to characters in your favorite shows? Dr. Forshee talks to elite daily about why this is normal! You would think someone who studied fiction in college would be capable of separating herself from what’s real and what’s not, but according to experts, it’s not the fantasy of a TV show that […]

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Elite Daily – How to feel more comfortable at the gyno if you get nervous before every appointment

Dr. Forshee speaks to elite daily regarding White Coat Syndrome and why people tend to get nervous at the doctor White Coat Syndrome, Forshee explains, is when someone has a fear of visiting the doctor. Depending on how severe of a fear, it can cause people to not only feel anxiety, but it could reflect […]

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Bustle – Here’s What To Do If Your Ex Wants To Stay Friends And You Don’t

Dr. Forshee recently spoke with Bustle to discuss ways to let your ex know you don’t want to stay friends. Dr. Danielle Forshee, doctor of psychology and licensed clinical social worker, tells Bustle that there are two good ways to go about this conversation. First, you can say: “I understand that we were together for […]

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Bustle – 8 Things To Do If You Don’t Like Your Friend’s Partner

Dr. Forshee lends her expert opinion on how you should approach your friend if you don’t like his/her partner. If you’re going to tackle this potentially major issue, you’re going to need to be able to keep a level-head. “You can tell your friend how you feel about their partner only after you have been […]

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Bustle – 7 Activities To Do Alone To Stay Independent In Your Relationship

Dr. Forshee lends her advice to Bustle readers on how to maintain a healthy personal/relationship balance in your life. “When we are in a relationship, it is important to have a sense of self and independence, while integrating lives with your partner,” Dr. Danielle Forshee, doctor of psychology and licensed clinical social worker, tells Bustle. […]

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Elite Daily – When one person is more in love than the other here’s what happens

Elite Daily includes Dr. Forshee’s expert tips on how to know when someone is more in love and how to cope. But is this an actual issue? Does it create tension in a relationship if one person is more in love than another? How is love even quantifiable? I turned to Danielle Forshee, a doctor […]

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Bustle – 9 Signs Your Expectations Are Too High in Relationships

Dr. Forshee tells Bustle readers how to tell if your expectations are too high in your relationships. “Seeing things from only one perspective creates the potential for the foundation of chronic disappointments,” Dr. Danielle Forshee, doctor of psychology and licensed clinical social worker, tells Bustle. Learning to forgive and communicate effectively should make things a […]

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Elite Daily – 6 Ways For Extroverts To Recharge If They Secretly Can’t Stand Going Out Sometimes

If you’re extroverted and curious about how you can recharge after being incredibly social? Dr. Forshee talks to Elite Daily about ways to unwind. Doctor of psychology and licensed clinical social worker, Dr. Danielle Forshee, LLC, tells Elite Daily that when extroverts have a moment to unplug, they should take full advantage, because “extroverts tend […]

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Elite Daily – Should My Partner Help Pay My Rent? 5 Ways To Know It’s Time They Pay Their Fair Share

Should your partner help pay your rent? Dr. Forshee weighs in with Elite Daily! I know it’s super awkward to have this kind of conversation with your partner, especially if the relationship is still on the new-ish side, but Dr. Danielle Forshee, doctor of psychology and licensed clinical social worker, suggests thinking of this in […]

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Elite Daily – How Often Should My Partner Stay Over If I Have A Roommate? Here’s How To Set A Healthy Limit

Does your partner stay over a lot? Dr. Forshee talks to Elite Daily about how to set a healthy limit if you live with a roommate To make that clear, Dr. Danielle Forshee, doctor of psychology and licensed clinical social worker, suggests talking to your roommate openly about what it is, exactly, that might bother […]

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Elite Daily – Here’s How To Tell If Your Roommate Is Toxic, According To Therapists

How to tell if your roommate is toxic according to Dr. Forshee and Elite Daily Having said that, though, there’s a difference between someone you just don’t see eye to eye with and someone who’s actually toxic. According to doctor of psychology and licensed clinical social worker Dr. Danielle Forshee, LLC, a toxic person can […]

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Elite Daily – How To Talk To Your Roommate About Food By Using These 5 Foolproof Strategies

Worried about how to talk to your roommate about food? Dr. Forshee weighs in on the subject with Elite Daily According to doctor of psychology and licensed clinical social worker, Dr. Danielle Forshee, LLC, if your roommate — whether they’re a friend, loved one, or stranger — doesn’t bring up “financial responsibility for food, responsibility […]

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Elite Daily – Why Silence Is So Uncomfortable? Here’s How To Get More Comfortable With Quiet Moments

Dr. Forshee talks to Elite Daily about why silence so uncomfortable for some There’s no one root cause of a fear of silence, according to doctor of psychology and licensed clinical social worker, Dr. Danielle Forshee, LLC. However, she tells me in an interview with Elite Daily, “silence generally stimulates us to be able to […]

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Healthy Way – Am I Depressed Or Just In A Funk? Here’s How To Tell The Difference

Dr. Forshee tells Healthy Way readers how to differentiate between general sadness and clinical depression. “In sadness, there are mostly feelings of emptiness and loss. In depression, there is a persistent depressed mood and inability to anticipate happiness or pleasure,” says Danielle Forshee, PsyD, LCSW, a practicing psychologist. “Feelings associated with sadness are likely to […]

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In Touch Weekly – Tristan Thompson’s Own Insecurity Could Be the Reason He Cheated on Khloé Kardashian (EXCLUSIVE)

Dr. Forshee weighs in on Tristan Thompson’s cheating allegations, and how they can affect girlfriend Khloe Kardashian It’s been quite the week for Khloé Kardashian — who gave birth on Thursday to a baby girl amid boyfriend Tristan Thompson’s cheating scandal. Fans know the NBA star was spotted in photos and video footage getting ~close~ […]

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Life & Style – Donald Trump’s Wife Melania Once Allegedly Left Him After He Cheated With Kara Young

Dr. Forshee talks to Life & Style about Donald Trump’s cheating allegations and how it affects Melania Life & Style spoke with relationship expert Dr. Danielle Forshee on what it means when someone takes back an ex — especially after a cheating scandal. “Trust is difficult to reestablish. After somebody has allegedly cheated, this creates […]

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Bustle – 16 Dog Breeds That Can Help You Manage Stress & Anxiety, According To Experts

Dr. Forshee tells Bustle readers how dogs can be beneficial for a human’s mental health. If you’re finding yourself wondering just how legit these stress-busting claims are, allow me to share with you some expert commentary. Speaking with Bustle, psychologist and licensed clinical social worker Dr. Danielle Forshee confirmed that dogs can indeed be beneficial […]

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She Knows – How Phobias Can Affect Your Health

Dr. Forshee tells She Knows readers about how phobias can affect your health. “Over time, if a phobia is untreated, it can significantly impact that individual’s level of functioning in multiple areas of their lives,” Dr. Danielle Forshee, a psychologist, tells SheKnows, noting that certain phobias can ultimately lead to agoraphobia as people search for […]

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11 Ways To Tell If Your Partner Loves You More Than They Loved Their Ex

Dr. Forshee lends her expert knowledge to Bustle readers on reasons why you may feel your significant other loves their ex more than you. “It is likely that there is something going on that is making [you] feel like [you] are not on stable grounds in this relationship,” clinical psychologist, Dr. Danielle Forshee, tells Bustle. […]

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Elite Daily – Why Do I Sweat So Much In My Sleep? These 7 Tips Will Help You Cool Down Tonight

Dr. Forshee talks to Elite Daily about night sweats and why they can occur In an exclusive interview with Elite Daily, doctor of psychology and licensed clinical social worker, Dr. Danielle Forshee, LLC, explains that intense dreams that focus on subjects that are “emotionally laden or meaningful to us” can lead to your body having […]

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Elite Daily – Michele Obama’s Quotes About Happiness are Genius So Here’s How to Follow Her Lead

Dr. Forshee gives Elite Daily readers tips and tricks on how to choose to be happy Wave buh-bye to negativity because, girl, ain’t nobody got time for anything but good vibes. According to Danielle Forshee, LLC, doctor of psychology and licensed clinical social worker, happiness is “a positive frame of mind,” and I’m sure by […]

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Cosmopolitan – Hold Onto Your Relationships: It’s officially uncuffing season

Dr. Forshee lends her expert knowledge to Cosmopolitan regarding why couples may tend to split as the weather gets warmer A 2010 analysis of 10,000 Facebook statuses that included the phrases “breakup” and “broken up” found several spikes on the calendar for relationships ending: Just after Valentine’s Day, and the weeks leading up to spring […]

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Elite Daily – Khloe Kardashian’s OCD reference is seriously not ok and fans are calling it out

Dr. Forshee talks to Elite Daily about Obsessive Compulsive Disorder [Those who suffer from OCD] cannot control the content of the thoughts, nor can they control the intensity or the frequency of the thoughts. … For someone with true OCD, they do not want to have these thoughts, and they are uncomfortable, scary, and irrational. […]

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Elite Daily – How to not feel so overwhelmed all the time by keeping these 6 things in mind

Dr. Forshee talks to Elite Daily about how to help yourself not feel so overwhelmed See, when you’re relaxed, you breathe through your diaphragm. When you’re stressed, doctor of psychology and licensed clinical social worker Dr. Danielle Forshee tells Elite Daily, your body switches gears and breathes through your chest, causing even more tension. So, […]

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8 Signs Your Partner Is Tolerating You Rather Than Accepting You

Bustle features Dr. Forshee’s comments on how to tell if your partner is tolerating you rather than accepting you. Showing contempt is another sign that they’re just tolerating you. “Contempt is a combination of when somebody feels they are superior over you, mixed with criticism,” clinical psychologist, Dr. Danielle Forshee, tells Bustle “When you notice […]

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How to resolve these 6 common fights you’ll have with your best friend

Dr Forshee informs Hello Giggles readers how to resolve 6 fights with your best friend In general, it’s wonderful to see a friend find love. But if we have major reservations about his or her partner, that certainly puts a damper on the happiness. And, let’s be honest — it’s hurtful when a friend goes […]

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STRESS AND ANXIETY 101: WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE TWO MENTAL-HEALTH ISSUES?

Dr. Danielle Forshee informs Well + Good readers the difference between stress and anxiety Additionally, psychologist and anxiety expert Danielle Forshee, PsyD, notes that even those who lead high-stress lifestyles find time to decompress, meaning the seemingly all-consuming state of worry is not actually absolute. “During these moments [of reprieve from stress], they’re able to […]

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Bustle – 6 Unexpected Nighttime Habits of Psychopaths According To Experts

Bustle reaches out to Dr. Forshee to discuss behavioral patterns of those dealing with anti social personality disorder Although most of us have an idea of what a psychopath is, it’s still important to get a clear definition of what traits typically categorize this personality disorder. Clinical psychologist, Dr. Danielle Forshee tells Bustle that psychopathy […]

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Bustle – 7 Subtle Differences Between Chronic Anxiety and Nervousness

Dr. Forshee helps Bustle readers decipher between chronic anxiety and nervousness As you know, the physical symptoms of nervousness and chronic anxiety can look the same and feel the same. But according to psychologist, Dr. Danielle Forshee, the major difference is that chronic anxiety symptoms are much more intense and frequent. This can be seen […]

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Elite Daily – 6 Myths About Naps Debunked So You Can Enjoy Your Afternoon Snooze To The Fullest

Dr. Forshee helps debunk some nap myths with Elite Daily Now, don’t get me wrong. Just because I don’t frequently take naps doesn’t mean I don’t acknowledge the fact that a few extra minutes of sleep during the day doesn’t sound glorious. Doctor of psychology and licensed clinical social worker Dr. Danielle Forshee defines napping […]

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Elite Daily – Is Stress Contagious? New Research Says It Might Just Be, But Here’s How To Control It

Dr. Forshee lends her comments to Elite Daily regarding stress and how to control it I’ll admit, I’m a little dramatic from time to time, and I’m definitely guilty of taking on someone else’s strife as my own. But, according to doctor of psychology and licensed clinical social worker Dr. Danielle Forshee, chances are, if […]

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Bustle – Unexpected Ways You Can Trigger an Anxiety Attack Without Realizing It

Dr. Forshee talks to Bustle about behaviors you may not realize are triggering anxiety Clinical psychologist, Dr. Danielle Forshee, tells Bustle that anxiety attacks are generally comprised of racing thoughts where the content is filled with worry. It’s as if you can’t stop the hamster wheel going round and round in your mind. “The precipitant […]

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7 Habits That Can Affect Your Health More Than You Think

Dr. Forshee talks to Bustle about habits you may not realize affect your health “Research suggests that when people are engaging in negative self-talk, or have negative thoughts, that the production of serotonin (the chemical is responsible for happiness) is produced and secreted less than in those who have positive self-talk and positive thoughts,” psychologist […]

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How To Talk To Your Kids About Parkland And Other Mass Shootings

Dr. Forshee weighs in on discussing mass shootings with your children Since it’s difficult to monitor social media exposure, it’s important to assume that young adults are getting several perspectives and assumptions that are fear-based, and likely not true, says Clinical psychologist, Danielle Forshee, Psy.D. and a licensed clinical social worker. To read the full […]

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Is Daydreaming Good For You? Experts Say It’s Ok, But Here’s When It Can Be A Problem

Dr. Danielle Forshee talks to Elite Daily on why daydreaming isn’t great for your mental health According to doctor of psychology and licensed clinical social worker Dr. Danielle Forshee, daydreaming isn’t the greatest coping mechanism in the book. “Some people purposely try to engage in psychological distractions when they want to avoid whatever is on […]

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Kylie Jenner called herself an “Infant Child” two years before welcoming an actual infant

Dr. Forshee lends her comments to Life & Style regarding Kylie Jenner’s pregnancy and newfound motherhood “Kylie and Travis have a fairly young relationship, and Kylie is young in age. Both factors make their relationship vulnerable to not being able to last. Additionally, being in the spotlight is another very significant factor to creating vulnerability […]

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8 Signs Of A Toxic Relationship That You Might Not Realize At First

Dr. Danielle Forshee tells Elite Daily readers different signs you may be in a toxic relationship. “It is important to notice whether or not the sarcasm is mostly critical of you and if there is that sense of superiority over you,” says doctor of psychology and licensed clinical social worker, Dr. Danielle Forshee. If the […]

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Kylie Jenner’s Decision to Hide Her Pregnancy Likely Created a “More Meaningful” Bond With Travis Scott (EXCLUSIVE)

Dr. Forshee talks to life & Style on Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott’s relationship, and how pregnancy created a more meaningful bond “Kylie and Travis have a fairly young relationship, and Kylie is young in age. Both factors make their relationship vulnerable to not being able to last. Additionally, being in the spotlight is another […]

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Carrie Underwood’s Face Injury Could Be Causing Her Major Anxiety

Dr. Forshee speaks to the inquisitr on why Carrie’s facial injury could be causing her major anxiety “When there is any kind of trauma to our face that results in a visible injury or disfigurement, when we look in the mirror, we do not know who we are. There is a sense of disillusionment and […]

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How To Fall Back Asleep At Night With These 8 Science-Backed Hacks

Dr. Forshee lends her expert tips on how to get back to sleep to Elite Daily Dr. Danielle Forshee, a doctor of psychology and a licensed clinical social worker, tells Elite Daily that when your body is in sleep mode, it naturally goes “into a state of breathing throughout the diaphragm.” On the flip side, […]

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What Happens To Your Body After A Breakup, According To Experts

Dr. Danielle Forshee tells Elite Daily readers what happens to your body after you experience a breakup. “When we go through a breakup, the reason that we feel sad, have crying spells, have changes in sleeping patterns and appetite, and experience a decrease in energy and motivation is because of the decrease in serotonin stimulation […]

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Where Do Gut Feelings Come From? Science Says They Aren’t Based On Intuition Alone

Dr. Forshee talks to Elite Daily about Gut Feelings and where they come from. “It is important to be more present in the moment, and acknowledge that that is what you’re noticing, and sit with it for a little instead of quickly trying to rationalize it,” Forhsee tells Elite Daily. “I would suggest to think […]

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Is 5 Hours Of Sleep Enough? You Can Get By, But Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Try It

Dr. Forshee lends her comments to Elite Daily on why sleep is essential to mental health “Instead of looking at social media and replying to emails,” she tells Elite Daily, “you need to do something that is relaxing so that you can get tired and fall asleep within a certain time frame.” To read the […]

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7 WAYS TO MAKE A LONG-DISTANCE RELATIONSHIP WORK (AND ACTUALLY LAST)

Dr. Forshee talks to Galore on how to make a long distance relationship work and last “Regular, intermittent positive reinforcement. For example, if you normally only get a phone call from your partner, yet you love it when they facetime you, you will want to make sure that you positively reinforce the behavior of them […]

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Asking Why The Woman In The Aziz Ansari Story Didn’t Just Leave The Situation Entirely Misses The Point

Dr. Danielle Forshee lends her opinion to Bustle regarding victim-blaming as demonstrated through Aziz Ansari’s sexual misconduct allegations. “It is imperative for men to be more aware and astute of women’s body language and nonverbal behaviors.” To read the full article, click here.

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Third Time’s a Charm! Paris Hilton Was Actually Engaged Twice Before Chris Zylka

Dr. Forshee comments on Paris Hilton and Chris Zylka’s relationship for Life & Style Don’t believe us? Professionals agree. Relationship expert Dr. Danielle Forshee thinks they’re the real deal too! “Paris’ engagement was well over ten years ago in her early twenties when her outlook on life was different than it is now,” she explained […]

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Actors who won Golden Globes for playing abusive men didn’t mention #MeToo or #TimesUp, and a psychologist weighs in

Dr. Danielle Forshee comments on the lack of male Golden Globes winners mentioning #MeToo or #TimesUp for Hello Giggles “[The lack of vocality] is likely representative of the current atmosphere of ambivalence in the entertainment industry,” Dr. Forshee stated. “This is also likely representative of the unconscious concern that remains for the male gender in […]

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Why The Holidays Can Be The Best Time To Go Through A Breakup

In this interview with Refinery29, Dr. Danielle Forshee, explains why the holidays can be the best time to go through a breakup! “When you’re surrounded by family and friends, and people who care about you, you have a distraction,” To read the full article, please click here

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A Therapist Explains What It Really Means To Be “Addicted To Love”

Thank you to Cosmopolitan for including me in this article about love addiction In her practice, Dr. Danielle Forshee, a psychologist and social worker who specializes in relationship and marriage counseling, sees a lot of patients who are struggling with “love addiction.” It’s a term that gets tossed around in TV shows and movies, and […]

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Looking into the Crystal Ball: 22 Predictions for 2018

Inc. includes Dr. Danielle Forshee’s prediction for the new year. “As the convenience of Amazon Prime and other on-demand online services continues to surge and become customary and expected, conventional methods of mental health treatment will soon be following suit. Most Americans experience highly stressful and busy lifestyles and have limited downtime. As a result, […]

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When Do New Years Resolutions Fail? Here’s How To Stick To Yours No Matter What

Dr. Forshee talks New Years Resolutions and how to make them stick with Elite Daily “you need to not see it as a complete failure, but as part of the process.” To read the full article, click here

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Why serial monogamy is bad for you: Relationships stimulate our brains like DRUGS and we need a ‘single break’ to shake off the withdrawal symptoms

Dr. Forshee talks to The Daily Mail on the effects serial monogamy has on our brains ‘Being addicted to love means you’re addicted to the attachment and comfort of a person and really addicted to the dopamine high that comes along with the relationship.’ TO read the full article, click here

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The Real Reason You Hop From One Relationship To Another – and Why It Might Be Dangerous

Dr. Danielle Forshee lends her comments to Cosmo.com on why jumping from relationship to relationship may be dangerous If you go into another relationship quickly after that — within a couple of weeks or even a couple of months — that trauma has been wired into [your] brain circuitry and [you’ll] see the new relationship […]

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How To Get Through Thanksgiving With Your Toxic Family, According To Experts

Bustle includes Dr. Forshee’s expert tips on how to get through the holidays with a toxic family If you can be mindful of body language and your para-verbal communications this will lessen the likelihood that conflict will arise, Read full article here

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How to enjoy your morning and look forward to waking up according to Mandy Moore

Dr. Danielle Forshee lends her expert knowledge to Elite Daily on how to be a better morning person! Connecting with loved ones in the morning will start your day with a very positive spin. When we have rituals of connection with people who we love, it creates a sense of connection and positive mindset that […]

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Khloé Kardashian Really Shouldn’t Criticize Tristan Thompson’s Baby Mama (EXCLUSIVE)

Dr. Forshee lends her comments to Life & Style on Khloe Kardashian’s relationship with her boyfriend’s ex “Khloé will eventually hear or witness how Jordan parents Prince, and Khloé may not agree with Jordan’s parenting of Prince. If this is or becomes the case, it will be imperative for Khloé to avoid any criticisms she […]

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Good news: Relationship Anxiety is Normal

Dr. Forshee gives insights to NBC News about why some experience relationship anxiety and how to manage it “consistent emotional instability, impaired judgement, impaired impulse control, difficulty focusing and paying attention to daily tasks, feeling lovesick and sad, and a decrease in motivation, loneliness and fatigue,” Read the full article here

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How Whisper Networks Help Protect Women From The Harvey Weinsteins Of The World

Dr. Danielle Forshee lends her comments to USA Today on how whisper networks help protect women from sexual assaulters “Every workplace is different, they may have a private social media group or account, they may have a code word that they use, (or) a spreadsheet or blacklist of people they know to stay clear from,” […]

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Doctor Weighs in on Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber’s Relationship Following Her Split From The Weeknd

Dr. Danielle Forshee weighs in on the Selena Gomez rebounding to Justin Bieber after her and the Weeknd reportedly split. “Due to the fact that Selena and Justin had a relationship that lasted half a decade, she is very vulnerable to rebounding with him, even if she knows in her mind that it is not […]

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Selena Gomez Is “Vulnerable” to Rebounding With Justin Bieber After The Weeknd Split

Dr. Danielle Forshee explains to Life and Style readers the nature of Selena Gomez rebounding to Justin Bieber post-split from the Weeknd. “Due to the fact that Selena and Justin had a relationship that lasted half a decade she is very vulnerable to rebounding with him even if she knows in her mind that it […]

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How To De-Stress Before A Date When Nerves Get The Best Of You

Dr. Forshee lends her comments to Elite Daily on how to de-stress before a date you may run the risk of being “hypersensitive and critical of yourself,” and you won’t be able to genuinely enjoy the date. To read the full article, click here

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How To De-Stress At Home By Doing These 6 Little Things After A Seriously Long Day

Dr. Danielle Forshee teaches Elite Daily readers how to de-stress at home after a long day You have to leave your work at the workplace physically and mentally, and not bring it into your personal space. By bringing work into your personal space, it will trigger stressful thoughts. To read the full article, click here

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8 Expert-Backed Tips for Dealing with a Panic Attack at Work

The Huffington Post includes tips from Dr. Forshee on how to manage a panic attack at work Getting in touch with your breath can help calm your whole body, says Danielle Forshee, a licensed clinical social worker and psychologist. If you’re able to do it at your desk, Forshee suggests trying some diaphragmatic breathing. Sit […]

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11 Little Symptoms that Might Mean You’re about to Have a Panic Attack and What to do About It

Dr. Forshee explains how to notice symptoms of a panic attack and what you can do to prevent one “You will think things like you are going crazy and/or that you might die” “You might also think you are having a heart attack, or that you are feeling closed in” To read the full article, […]

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How to be More Confident Every Day by Following These 9 Little Life Hacks

Elite Daily includes Dr. Forshee’s expert tips ant tricks on how to deal with panic attacks She continues, If we don’t stretch ourselves on a regular basis and do things that make us uncomfortable, we will not create new neural pathways, and different ways of seeing the world and ourselves. Confidence is bolstered by our […]

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7 Little Changes you can make in your life to help you feel happier every day

According to Dr. Danielle Forshee, LLC, research indicates that negative thinking can actually decrease the amount of serotonin (a neurotransmitter associated with happiness) produced by the brain. She tells Elite Daily, When we engage in positive thinking by reframing and challenging our thoughts, we are increasing the chances that we will experience [a] positive mood. […]

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7 Mental Health Myths Debunked

According to Dr. Danielle Forshee, LLC, the issue with anger is not that we feel it, but how we express it. In the article 7 Mental Health Myths Debunked By Experts Who Are Helping Us Defeat The Stigma, she tells Elite Daily, The truth is that anger is a very healthy, normal human emotion that […]

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Hope Is A Powerful Thing – Dr. Forshee Contributes to Life & Style

Dr. Forshee lends her comments to Life & Style weekly about Shakira and her boyfriend’s alleged breakup, and what they should do to make it easier on their two children. Relationship expert Dr. Danielle Forshee — a doctor of psychology and licensed clinical social worker who specializes in high-conflict situations such as relationship and marital […]

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Mental Health Tips as Presented on Eat This, Not That!

Did you know mental health is something you can actually increase? Here are the top practical strategies to ensuring mental health and how to see/notice potential warning signs. Eat This, Not That! published 45 Doctors’ Own Mental Health Tips asserting that nurturing your mental health is just as important, if not more so, as your […]

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Life & Style Weekly features Dr. Forshee’s comments regarding Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott’s whirlwind romance

Kylie Jenner’s Pregnancy Could Put Her Relationship with Travis Scott in Danger (EXCLUSIVE) “Regrettably, most empirical research shows that most couples experience a decrease in positive interaction, increase in conflict, and a small to moderate decline in relationship satisfaction after the birth of their first child,” said Dr. Danielle Forshee, a doctor of psychology and […]

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Unspoken Communication in Relationships: How to Break Patterns

Connie Whitman welcomes Dr. Danielle Forshee as a guest on her internet talk radio show Architect of Change to discuss para and nonverbal communication in relationships. “Communicating; the ability to express an idea or ideas to another person may be our greatest gifts; unfortunately, we often take it for granted with the people that we […]

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Dr. Forshee Published by the NJ Association of Professional Mediators

Dr. Forshee was just published in the New Jersey Association of Professional Mediators Spring 2017 newsletter. She provides information and advice on how divorce mediators can use specific communication techniques that pinpoint neurobiological mechanisms to help create trust. Full article below: As mediators, possessing a foundational knowledge of preventing heightened emotional states during the divorce mediation […]

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Dr. Forshee responds to the Russian news channel, NTV, as they inquire about the recent pandemic of pro-suicide social media groups

Are Russian internet communities responsible for wave of child suicides? For several days recently, Russian media outlets, one after another, ran sensational investigative reports about social network communities that allegedly push children to suicide. RBTH explains what we know so far about the activities of these groups. On May 16 the liberal Russian newspaper Novaya […]

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State survey finds high rate of kids at risk of self-harm

Dr. Danielle Forshee was interviewed and quoted in the following article for her expert opinion on the subject of teens, mental health and self harm. Original post by Alisha Kirby cabinetreport.com One in every five students in grades nine and 11 seriously considered attempting suicide in the past year, according to the results of the […]

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