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Diana Russo, PCA     She/Her    

As a QMHP, Diana worked with children families in a school setting for 14 years.  Her work with children, teens, and families has equipped her with a deep understanding of their unique needs, capabilities, and challenges.
 
Today, Diana uses a warm, empathetic person-centered style using a strengths-based approach. She has supported children and adults through life transitions, grief and loss, anxiety, attachment, depression, parenting challenges, learning disabilities, and divorce.  She works to help clients foster a sense of self-awareness and self- empathy while highlighting strengths. 


Diana's love for travel and her five-year experience living and working in South America brings a unique perspective to her counseling approach. This firsthand understanding of life transitions, belonging, and multicultural counseling enriches and informs her lens for attachment, belonging, and wellness.

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