Our Philosophy


At Walk Together Psychology we understand that everyone has a different journey when dealing with life’s challenges. We also recognise that psychologists are like shoes! That you need to be comfortable with your psychologist or it can be an unpleasant journey. Our psychologists provide evidence-based treatments with a focus on growth and personal choice. We use a variety of therapeutic approaches based on your individual needs. Taking time to get to know you and your background, we can provide guidance and coping skills tailored to your needs. So that you can live the life you want.

Our psychologists work with a range of problems including anxiety, depression, eating disorders, personal or work-related stress, self-esteem, trauma, grief, and more.

Our services include face-to-face, telehealth, and walk and talk therapy sessions.


Our evidence-based therapeutic modalities include Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) including CBT-E, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Schema Therapy, and Compassion Focused Therapy.


Telehealth is conducted via software with end-to-end encryption, via peer-to-peer connections. No need to download any software. Just click on the link your therapist provides you before the session.

About Dr Danielle Cannon

Danielle has long been passionate about Psychology. She provides evidence-based interventions for her adolescent and adult clients. Her compassionate and supportive approach creates a safe place where she can work collaboratively with her clients, to help them make positive life changes and improve their quality of life. Danielle has experience in working with anxiety, depression, PTSD, and grief among other presentations.

Danielle is currently undertaking her Master of Clinical Psychology (University of Southern Queensland) and is working towards a Clinical Psychology endorsement. She also holds a Doctor of Philosophy at Griffith University. She worked with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Patients to examine how resilience and readiness-to-change interact with quality of life and adherence to treatment recommendations. Danielle has also completed a Master of Professional Psychology (University of Southern Queensland), Master of Mental Health Practice, Bachelor Arts Psychology (Honours; University of New England), and a Bachelor Psychological Science (Griffith University). She holds full registration as a Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).

Danielle’s experience includes working in both private practice and telehealth settings such as Beyond Blue and the Coronavirus telehealth mental well-being support line. She has also worked with primary school children with anxiety, depression, learning disorders, ADHD, and Autism.

Danielle is very family-focused. She comes from a large family and having children of her own places a strong emphasis on work/life balance. She frequently finds time to spend with her family, enjoying the water or the beautiful natural surrounds of the Gold Coast.