Danielle "Dr. Danii" Hibbitts
M.A, M.S, Psy. D
Dr. Danielle Hibbitts currently holds the title of a registered Psychological Assistant with the Board of Psychology. She is currently studying for the (EPPP) Examination of Professional Practice of Psychology to obtain licensure for the State of California as a Clinical/Forensic Psychologist. She graduated with her doctoral degree from the American School of Professional Psychology, at Argosy University, San Francisco Bay Area campus. She also graduated from California State University of Hayward, holding double Master’s Degrees in the area of Marriage Family Therapy, M.A, and M.S. in Forensic Psychology. She also holds certification from California State University East Bay in applied statistics.
Herstory of the Hairstory
MISSSEY Sexually exploited youth
San Francisco pretrial diversion
Court Accountable Homeless Services (CAHS)
Conditional Release Program for restoration competency (CONREP)
Merced County mental health court clinician
I have been a hairstylist and platform artist for over 30 years. Working with Design Essential as an educator and trainer for hair services.
psychoeducation, consultation, collaboration and counseling to clients, families and systems regarding mental health, medication compliance, and therapeutic interventions.
I participate in multidisciplinary team
consultation and forensic evaluations to defense teams for the conceptualization
of client cases and adjudication preparation
I have written a thesis, dissertation and a book entitle; Herstory of the Hairstory, how hair has impacted Black and multiracial women universally.
Herstory of the Hairstory
A Qualitative Research Study of the Psychological Implications & Emotional Effects Hair Has on
I provide services to a plethora of diverse clients, from early childhood, elementary school aged through high school adolescents. I service individual adults, couples, facilitate groups and provide psycho-education to companies and corporations.
2019- Present Davis Street
Working as school psychologist in two elementary schools K-5th grade. Clinic therapy services for individual, couples, family reunification, crisis intervention, mental health wellness, assessment, and evaluations. Collaboration, consultation and psychoeducation.
2018- 2019 Central Valley Center Community Advocacy (CVCCA)
Working in collaboration with CPS as a family reunification clinician. Clinic therapy services for individual, couples, families, crisis intervention, mental health wellness.
290 sex offender treatment, assessments, evaluations and court reporting. Collaboration, consultation and psychoeducation.
2018 Psychological Assessment Inc. / Shaping Success
I provide services to victims, non- offending parents, violent perpetrators, developmentally delayed, California 290 sexual registrants, risk assessments, and all survivors of sexual abuse trauma. CASOMB Certified as an independent practitioner by the California Sex Offender Management Board, and member of (CCOSO) California Coalition on Sex Offending.
2017-2018 Hope Program Inc.
Forensic Clinician. Specializing in SO treatment
Certified CASOMB Associate status, COCCSO member
Risk Assessments: HCR 20, PCL-R, PCL-SV, Static-99 R, Stable 2007, Acute, LS/CMI Psychological Evaluations, Individual treatment, and group facilitation.
Containment Model treatment, Adult population
2015-2017 A Step Forward
Forensic Clinician for a private practice group. CASOMB, COCCSO member
Risk Assessments: HCR 20, PCL-R, PCL-SV, Static-99 R, Stable 2007, Acute, LS/CMI
Adult, Developmentally Delayed SO, and juvenile population
Individual treatment and group facilitation
DDSO/RCEB/EBRC population individual and group facilitation
Certification in Applied Statistics.
Completion of research and dissertation.
Psy. D in Clinical Psychology
M.A. in Marriage Family Therapy
M.S. Forensic Psychology