Danielle Jakubiak is a registered counseling therapist, music therapist, and sound artist. She completed a Masters of Music Therapy (Concordia University) and a Masters of Ethnomusicology (University of Glasgow). She has taught at Acadia University and currently runs a private practice called Tin Drum Therapy in Halifax, Nova Scotia, where she works with adults who have experienced trauma or struggle with anxiety and depression.
Most recently, she has been trained in a method called Resource-Oriented Music and Imagery with Lisa Summer, using music to treat adults with mental health conditions. She also performs solo and with improvisational and experimental music groups and organizes a seasonal music event called Bleep in the Dark.
Her artistic interests revolve around field recording, memory, place and time, and trauma processing through deep listening and sound work.