Diana is currently obtaining a Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy at Seattle Pacific University with a desire to create space for individuals, couples, and families connect to themselves and to others in meaningful ways. Her target program completion date is June 2022. She is working as a clinical intern at CoHear/ BCS, and is a Student Member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. Diana acquired a Bachelor of Business Administration from Fordham University in 2005 and worked as an account manager in the rich media industry. Her passion for people and relationships led her to pursue a new career after spending several years raising three young children. Realizing that has put her on a long journey to do what she loves and that is working with people in insightful ways.

Diana’s personal life has been an amazing journey, through which she discovered, that she would be able to live out her dream of helping others by choosing a career path as a Marriage and Family Therapist. By living in different countries, making friends and studying in different cultures Diana appreciates how different and at the same time how similar we are as human beings.

Diana’s work is informed by systems and attachment thinking, and believes in a biopsychosocial-spiritual approach to life and work with clients. Solution-focused brief therapy and positive psychology are her professional orientations. She considers it an honor and privilege to walk alongside people in their unique journeys toward wholeness and healing.