Diane is responsible for the management of the front office staff and initial contacts with students, staff and faculty.
Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Washington State University
Relationship & loss issues, identity development & integration (LGBT, race/ethnicity, spirituality, gender), sexual abuse/assault, body image & eating concerns, mood disorders, mindfulness practice & Buddhist psychology, Emotional Brain Training (EBT), group therapy, clinical supervision & training.
M.A. in Clinical Psych, John F Kennedy Univ, Orlinda, CA
Marriage and Family Therapist
Relationship issues, grief and loss, depression and anxiety, issues related to sexual and/or physical abuse, eating disorders and body image, Buddhist psychology.
Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Pacifica Graduate Institute
Mood disorders, grief and loss, trauma, identity, depth psychology, LGBTQ, women's issues, spirituality, meaning-making, cultural diversity, social justice.
Ph.D., Psychological and Quantitative Foundations, Counseling Psychology; University of Iowa
Mood disorders including bipolar disorder. Anxiety, panic, and stress reduction. Academic success, motivation,and suicide prevention. LGBTQIA, power and privilege, and social justice.
Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, Pacific University School of Professional Psychology, Hillsboro, Oregon
Integrative theory (psychodynamic, cognitive, relational), identity development, gender transition, depression, spirituality, trauma, substance abuse, assertiveness, grief and loss, creativity in the healing process.
Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Duquesne University
Interpersonal relationships, existential issues, Buddhist psychology, mindfulness for stress and anxiety management, cultural diversity, social justice, and privilege
M.A.,Counseling Psychology, Humboldt State University
Marriage & Family Therapist
Relationship issues, identity development, body image and eating concerns, use of art in therapy, trauma, assertiveness, parenting issues, anxiety.
PsyD, George Washington University, Washington D.C., Columbian School of Arts and Sciences
Not yet licensed. In progress.
Psychodynamic psychotherapy, attachment theory, interpersonal relationships, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, eating disorders, self-esteem, identity development, cultural diversity.
Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology
Psychodynamic theories, existential psychology, interpersonal processes, identity development, group psychotherapy, mood disorders including bipolar disorder, assertiveness, self-esteem, trauma, cultural diversity, and mindfulness.
Psy.D, Clinical Psychology, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Psychodynamic psychotherapy, relational-cultural theory and identity development, depression, anxiety, disordered eating, LGBTQ and sexual identity issues, interpersonal relationship concerns
Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology
Cultural diversity, identity issues, recovery from trauma, depression and anxiety, substance abuse, veterans, humanistic and psychodynamic psychotherapy, somatic awareness, motivational interviewing, social justice, and mindfulness.
Our staff welcomes you!
Front Row (left to right): Caitlin, Sarah, Broch, Amelia, Franny, Brian
Back Row (left to right): Kim, Lori, Jodi, Jen, Krystal, Diane, Stephie
(Not pictured: Pio Kim or Beth Eckerd)