Diane is a Marriage and Family Therapist trainee and is currently attending the University of Massachusetts Global to earn her Master’s degree in Psychology. She believes in the importance of clients coming as they are and entering an empathetic and non-judgmental space to embark on a journey toward healing the mind, body, and spirit. Diane uses a person-centered and trauma-informed approach in her work and understands the need for clients to feel safe in the therapeutic relationship. She is inspired by the diversity of the human experience and recognizes that everyone has the power within to navigate and change their life.
She welcomes all values, beliefs, and cultural experiences into her work with clients as sources for illuminating the road ahead. Diane enjoys working with children, teens, families, couples, and individuals, and is eager to work with clients who want to process trauma. Everyone is unique and has experienced a life like no other, so sessions are focused on the unique, individual needs of each client. Going to therapy takes great courage because it requires you to show up for yourself and explore how you came to be, how you are now, and how you will change. Diane is here to support and honor your commitment to that journey.
In her free time, Diane enjoys spending time with her partner and loved ones, traveling, hiking, and practicing yoga.
“Strength and growth come only through continuous effort and struggle.” -Napolean Hill