Bryan is a native Houstonian and currently one of only a few NeuroMovment practitioners in the Houston area. Neuroplasticity was always of great interest to him throughout his academics up into his PhD work in Philosophy. Years after completing his masters and while continuing his PhD work, Bryan’s son was born with multiple brain abnormalities and special needs. The Mitchells discovered NeuroMovement when this son was only weeks old and started utilizing the method immediately. Bryan observed practical benefits for their son with each visit to different practitioners all over the country. Now that he has trained as a NeuroMovement practitioner, Bryan has experienced many of the benefits of the work for himself and has seen so much life transforming change in others through the work. He is excited to make the work available for others.
Danielle Mitchell is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) and Functional Medicine Certified Health Coach (FMCHC). Danielle graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor’s degree in Nutritional Sciences and completed her dietetic internship from the University of Houston for a dietetic licensure. She then went on to complete a Master’s of Education in Counseling at the University of Houston and obtained a second licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). She is a certified Birkman Method Consultant and has completed a certificate of Functional Medicine Health Coaching through the Institute for Functional Medicine.
Danielle enjoys integrating her nutrition expertise with mental health and counseling to help clients through a bio-psychosocial-spiritual model. She specializes in functional medicine nutrition and coaching, eating disorders, pediatric nutrition, special needs, and family nutrition planning. She is passionate about providing functional and integrative nutrition and coaching options for all of her clients such as micronutrient assessments, food sensitivity testing, bioelectric impedence analysis, and stool assessments.
Danielle enjoys public speaking and provides presentations on parenting adolescents, counseling in the nutrition setting, emotional eating, weight management as well as nutrition for autism, Asperger syndrome, and ADD/ADHD. She has guest lectured for counseling classes for nutrition students at the University of Houston. She hosts nutrition workshops for parents and caretakers called Feeding the Kids: Raising Happy, Healthy Eaters.
In her licensed professional counseling (LPC) practice, Danielle offers sessions in individual, couples, family therapy, and career counseling. She sees clients with a wide variety of mental health concerns such as anxiety, depression, addictions, grief, adjustment disorders, and trauma. She provides parent feedbacks and coaching using the Love and Logic model for parenting and incorporating the Birkman Method Assessment. Danielle also utilizes the Birkman Method Assessment for career counseling and employee development or team building.