About The Author
Dr. Danielle Delaney, Th.D., D.D. is a Certified Crisis Intervention Counselor, specialist in Addiction & Recovery Aftercare, Rape Crisis Counselor, Spiritual Counselor, and is also a Sober Coach and an Interventionist.
She also specializes in the area of Adults Molested as Children as well as LGBTQ+ issues and drug-assisted rape and survivors of domestic violence.
Danielle maintains her private practice in Hollywood, California and works with crime survivors with the Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) for The City of Long Beach. Danielle can be found listed in Psychology Today.
She has made numerous appearances on Radio MD, Rewired Radio with Erica Spiegelman, and appeared on five-time Emmy award winner Sheila Hamilton’s radio show in Portland, Oregon. Danielle’s media, voiceover work and appearances can be found under Delangerous Productions.
Dr. Danielle Delaney holds the distinction of being the youngest and the only woman of color to own a Sober Companioning business in the United States of America.
The County of Los Angeles Office of Protocol has hailed Danielle as a “proven asset to the City and County of Los Angeles.” Dr. Delaney has been named Director of the H.E.R. USA Conference for International Human Education & Rights.
Danielle holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from UCLA as well as doctorates in both theology and divinity, and has earned additional certifications at the Sexual Assault Crisis Agency in Orange County and the Esoteric Interfaith Theological Seminary.
“Expect Delays” is her first book, and she is presently working on her second, “Don’t Call Me Crying From Your Bentley – Tales Of A Tinseltown Interventionist.”