Dr. Danielle Archie
HPaW@Baridon Resident Master
HPaW Residential College in Baridon Hall
Dr. Archie is a Clinical Instructor of Psychology and Resident Master of HPaW, UCA's newest Residential College. She received her B.S. in Psychology and Social Work from Trevecca Nazarene University in 2007. She completed both her Master's in 2010 and Ph.D. in 2014 in Counseling Psychology at UCA. She taught in both the Psychology and Health Sciences departments before joining the Learning Communities team in 2014. Her clinical experience includes working with adults, adolescents, children, and families with psychological disorders, including mood, anxiety, eating, personality, substance use, psychotic, autism spectrum, and adjustment disorders in a variety of interdisciplinary settings. Her research interests include the impact of the therapeutic relationship in counseling and the student-teacher relationship in education. Her passion is reflected in these research interests, as she strives to get to know her students on a personal level in order to help them reach their goals.
Dr. Archie is originally from South Jersey, but has lived and traveled over much of the US before settling in Arkansas. However, her Northern roots remain strong, particularly in her love of ice hockey. As a diehard Philadelphia Flyers fan, you'll often see her proudly wearing orange and black in the winter months. She also enjoys travel and adventure, and after having the opportunity to study abroad in Beijing and Shanghai, a love for Chinese culture and food. She resides in Baridon Hall with her cat, Edie, who can often be spotted lurking in a third story window.