Dani E. Rosenkrantz, MS, EdS


Dani E. Rosenkrantz, M.S., Ed.S, works as a clinician at the Center on Trauma and Children. She is a doctoral candidate in Counseling Psychology at the University of Kentucky and received dual Bachelor degrees in Psychology and Jewish Studies from University of Florida and Masters and Educational Specialist degrees from University of Kentucky. Dani’s clinical experiences include working with college students, children who have experienced trauma, and veterans and their families. Dani’s research focuses on the wellbeing of LGBTQ people and their families, with emphases on religion and spirituality, sexual health, ally training and intervention, and measurement validation. For her dissertation, Dani is examining cognitive-emotional and religious factors impacting parental acceptance of LGBTQ children.