Diana earned her Bachelor of Arts in Communications, her Master of Science in Psychology, and is currently pursuing her Master of Arts in Counseling with an emphasis in Marriage, Family, and Child Therapy. She offers services in English and Arabic, and has a strong understanding of intercultural family issues. Diana has a background in clinical research, specializing in Alzheimer’s disease and other neurodegenerative conditions. She operates from the core principle that therapy can help us improve our relationship with ourselves, which in turn can help us realize our full potential and improve our relationships with others. Diana is a member of the British Psychological Society, as well as the American Counseling Association. She uses an integrative therapeutic approach, focusing on psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT).
“The notion of ‘family’ is deeply tied to the sense of who we are in the world… we feel deeply that if our families cannot acknowledge us, love us, and support us, no one else will. Some may say that it does not matter if we never loved parents or siblings, or they us, but it does matter. No matter how far we travel in miles or achievements, our family belongs to us and we belong to it. In fact, in sometimes eerie ways, our experiences in our first families are repeated with our marriage partners and children and, in many cases today, with our subsequent ‘blended’ families.” ~ Monica McGoldrick
Our practice specializes in treating individuals, couples and families, and through years of experience, we’re confident that no problem is too great to overcome.