Loyola University Maryland

Department of Pastoral Counseling

Danielle Lasure-Bryant, Ed.D.

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Danielle R. Lasure-Bryant

Director of Clinical Education

Loyola University Maryland
Pastoral Counseling Department
8890 McGaw Road
Suite 380Q
Columbia, MD 21045


Ed.D., University of Cincinnati
M.Ed., Xavier University
B.A., Rowan College

Dr. LaSure-Bryant is a national certified counselor and is licensed as a professional clinical counselor within the states of Maryland and Ohio. Dr. LaSure-Bryant has worked in the community mental health field for over 10 years serving adults, children and families in crisis. As an affiliate faculty member, she has taught courses in crisis intervention, childhood trauma, human development, and clinical supervision. Her research interests include counseling older adults, community mental health counseling, and counselor supervision. She is certified in reality therapy having studied under the tutelage of Dr. William Glasser and Dr. Robert Wubbolding. Dr. LaSure-Bryant is a member of the American Counseling Association, Maryland Association of Counseling and Development, and Chi Sigma Iota, the national counseling honor society. Dr. LaSure-Bryant’s community service activities include being a member of Leadership Howard County and participating on the Board of Directors for GUIDE Inc., a social services organization for high risk families and people with developmental disabilities. She has been married for more than 20 years and has two children.

Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs
American Association of Pastoral Counselors: Professionally Integrating Psychotherapy and Spirituality
American Counseling Association: Your Passion, Your Profession. Our Purpose