Danielle Cooke, B.S./B.A.

Biography

Danielle Cooke is a graduate student at the University of Florida in the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology.  Dani enrolled in the program after graduating summa cum laude from the University of Florida in 2015 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Bachelor of Art in English. She is currently in the Clinical Child/Pediatric Psychology track, where she is under the mentorship of Dr. Gary R. Geffken.

Research and Clinical Focus

Dani’s primary research interest is in cognitive behavioral therapy with exposure response prevention in treating anxiety-spectrum disorders (particularly obsessive compulsive disorder and social anxiety) and eating disorders. She has a secondary research interest in transdiagnositic factors, particularly executive functioning and sleep. Her current research involves psychometric testing and treatment outcome factors in eating disorders among adults and children.

Courses Taught

Course Coordinator: Introduction to Medicine and the Law GMS6874 (Summer 2015 – Present)

Course Coordinator: Diseases of Eating MDU4850 (Summer 2015 – Present)

Course Coordinator: Medicine and the Law MDU4031 (Summer 2015 – Present)

Course Coordinator: Medical Bioethics MDU4061 (Fall 2015 – Present)

Course Coordinator: Medical Bioethics GMS6873 (Summer 2016 – Present)

Course Writer: Addiction: Counseling and Treatment Methods GMS6783 (Summer 2015)