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Disclaimers & Important Information

  • Danielle Riele, MA, offers various roles on this site, including: Ecourses, blogs, and connections to social media account(s). This is not a solicitation for purchase, participation, or review writing by Danielle Riele to current clients, former clients, or anyone that might be vulnerable to undue influences. 

  • The information on this site is not, nor is it intended to be, therapy, a therapeutic relationship, or psychological advice. 

  • Nothing on this page should be considered professional advice. Social media posts, Ecourses, the site, and blog are all meant solely for educational purposes. This is all general information. 

  • Danielle Riele takes every precaution possible to avoid physical, social, mental, or emotional harm to individuals.

  • The social media posts, website, blog, or Ecourses are not meant to substitute any mental or medical health care you are or could be receiving. 

  • Any and all information provided does not constitute the formation of a therapeutic relationship. 

  • If you are a current or former client, please remember that your comments, reviews, repostings, or likes may jeopardize your confidentiality. 

  • If unanticipated or unavoidable harm does occur to a former client, current client, or individual involved with a current/former client, Danielle Riele will document and demonstrate reasonable action and attempt to remedy the harm immediately. 

  • Although anyone can follow Danielle Riele’s public social media pages, this is not to be confused with a therapeutic relationship or a relationship outside of therapy. All legal and ethical professional boundaries are and will be followed. 

  • To honor ethics and professional boundaries, Danielle Riele will not follow or “friend” past or current clients on any social media platforms. This is also to prevent and not engage in any potential dual relationships. 

  • DMs or “direct messages” are a potential risk to privacy. Messaging or commenting is not confidential or an encouraged avenue of communication. All social media platforms are not an appropriate way to share therapeutic concerns, comments, questions, or reach out in crisis to your therapist. If you have questions, concerns, or treatment to discuss, please schedule an official therapy session. Comments and DM’s may be monitored by staff at times and are not confidential. 

  • Danielle Riele, MA, is a licensed marriage and family therapist #84600 in the state of California. All clients seen for therapy must be physically present in the state of California at the time of the therapy session. Currently, all sessions are held virtually via phone or video sessions due to COVID-19.

  • To maintain appropriate professional boundaries, Danielle Riele does not participate in any “personal virtual relationships.” This would be considered a dual relationship and blur the professional boundary by using this virtual relationship with former or current clients. Danielle Riele respects the privacy of all current and past clients’ accounts on all social media unless there is consent given to view information during a scheduled session, given therapeutic relevance. 

  • Please consult your medical or mental health professional regarding support and advice for your overall health and wellbeing. 

  • If you are experiencing a medical or psychiatric emergency, please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room. 

  • Crisis Line: 800.272.8255 or text: 741741--Please also refer to the resources page for more local resources as needed.

  • In compliance with the No Surprises Act that goes into effect January 1, 2022, all healthcare providers are required to notify clients of their Federal rights and protections against “surprise billing.”This Act requires that we notify you of your federally protected rights to receive a notification when services are rendered by an out-of-network provider, if a client is uninsured, or if a client elects not to use their insurance. Although it is difficult to determine length of treatment, you are entitled to a "good faith estimate." You can change, continue, stop or terminate treatment altogether at anytime. 

  • For questions or more information about your right to a Good Faith Estimate, visit 

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