Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
M.S. in Counseling and Development from Texas Woman’s University (2007)
M.Ed. in Supervision from Abilene Christian University (1985)
B.S. in Family and Consumer Sciences from Abilene Christian University (1979)
Professional license held in Texas as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
National Certified Counselor (NCC) by the National Board for Certified Counselors, Inc. (NBCC)
2016 to Present: Logos Services, LLC, Therapist
Spring 2016: STARRY Counseling-Children At Heart Ministry, Counselor
2012 – 2016: Jacksboro High School, At-Risk Counselor
2012 – 2013: Hamilton Hospital, Therapist
2010 – 2015: Bowie Memorial Hospital – Heritage Program, Therapist
2006 – 2012: Jacksboro High School, Counselor
2005 – 2006: Decatur High School, Counselor
2004 – 2005: Graford ISD, Counselor
Women’s issues, Adolescent issues, Parenting skills, Mindfulness, breathing, relaxation techniques, and Expressive Arts therapy techniques
Dianna has been married to her husband, Louis, for 42 years. They are parents of two amazing children, Daniel and Michelle, an awesome daughter-in-law, Natalie and a wonderful son-in-law, Daniel Blane. Dianna’s greatest joy is spending time with her five grandchildren, Kason, Max, Zoe, Thane and Larkin. Dianna and her husband enjoy bicycling, camping, hiking, and boating. Dianna and her husband are members of Crossroads Church, Decatur. Dianna served 34 years in public education as a teacher, educational consultant, parenting education facilitator and school counselor. Her counseling experience includes work with a nonprofit agency that serves at-risk youth and their families, outpatient mental health services in a hospital setting and schools K-12.
Dianna works with individuals; adults and children ages 8 yrs. and older but has a passion for working with adolescents and their families. Dianna uses play therapy and expressive arts therapy techniques with students ages 8 – 16. Dianna has a particular interest in working in the area of women’s issues to ensure health and wellness at each stage of the human lifecycle.
Dianna’s approach is holistic: body, mind, soul, and spirit. Guided by her belief in Christ, her counseling comes from a faith-based perspective. She believes each client has the capacity to change and experience the life God intended. Dianna believes a trusting relationship between client and therapist can be a powerful tool for change. She places a strong emphasis on increasing awareness in the areas of personal development, wellness, healthy communication, acceptance and healing in an emotionally safe environment. Working from each client’s strengths, she enjoys walking along side clients as they work to improve relationships, restore balance, and explore solutions when experiencing life’s challenges. Dianna uses an individual approach and tailors sessions to meet each client’s unique needs.
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NEW Clients – This therapist is not accepting new clients at this time.
** Dianna is NOT accepting new clients at this time. Dianna sees clients in the Keller office on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. **