Diana is an experienced family therapist, social worker, teacher and AAMFT Approved Supervisor. She works in private practice with individuals, couples and families struggling with a wide range of life cycle and relationship issues and mental health problems such as depression and anxiety and posttraumatic stress. She uses an integrative approach.
Diana is a lecturer and supervisor at McGill University’s School of Social Work where she teaches a course on Couple Counseling at the Master’s level and supervises MSW students in an internship at the Jewish General Hospital with the Couple and Family Clinic. In this capacity she serves as a clinical supervisor and a consultant to the McGill Couple and Family Clinic, a clinical treatment facility run in partnership with the Department of Psychiatry at the Jewish General Hospital.
Diana lectures widely in the field of Couple Therapy and as well on such topics as Solution Focused Family Therapy, Depression and the Family, Family Therapy and the Adolescent and Clinical Supervision. Diana also serves as a consultant supervisor to social workers at the Douglas Hospital.
Diana is on the faculty of the Couple and Family Therapy Program at the Institute of Community and Family Psychiatry, JGH. Here she teaches and supervises students in the post-masters program.