Dani Archie



Dani Archie, Ph.D. (2014, Counseling Psychology, University of Central Arkansas): Dr. Archie (he/they) is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at LSU Health Sciences Center and currently serves as the Training Director for the Psychology Internship Program. Prior to joining the LSUHSC faculty in April of 2023, he provided psychological services in Community Mental Health and University Counseling settings and was an instructor for graduate and undergraduate psychology courses. Dr. Archie currently provides individual and group psychotherapy for adults at UMC Behavioral Health Clinic, as well as psychological services at the LSU Behavioral Sciences Center. One of Dr. Archie’s personal and professional passions is improving health in the transgender and non-binary community. Their research experience includes several grant-funded community-based participatory research projects aimed at identifying and addressing the healthcare needs of a trans community with limited access to gender-affirming care. Dr. Archie also has extensive experience educating mental health, medical, nursing, allied healthcare, and healthcare administration providers, professionals, trainees, and students on gender-affirming care.