About Diane
"We will work and achieve in breaking old habits and gain healthy self-focus."​​​​​​
Transition can be overwhelming. I truly understand coming from numerous points in my life of transition and career change. So, to honor you, I won’t promise seeking direction and clarification will be easy but together We will find the solutions.

I am passionate about co-creating with my clients to support and coach them in finding the answers that best fit their lives. Some of my opportunities to gather knowledge comes from being a career coach in social services: focusing interviewing skills and learning to interview the interviewer. Other experiences were earned as a therapist supporting individuals in balancing their personal lives with their professional lives and working through transitions of relational and professional changes.

I am enthusiastic that what we attract comes from what we think about ourselves, personal and professional experiences, and the conditioning of old childhood patterns. In a Co-creating environment, we will work and achieve in breaking old habits and gain healthy self-focus.  By turning around negative interactions to positive that will lead to rewarding and new connections.
 
My Education and Career Experience
 I have a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology and a Master’s Degree in Social Science both from the University of Colorado in Boulder. In addition, I have a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Denver. My academic experience spans from a researcher working with women with struggling with reproduction challenges to a professional experience as a clinical therapist. As a therapist, I have always been excited to coach my clients in finding the answers in both their personal lives and careers. I realized that words do not teach but the discovery of what we do want in our dreams which can manifest into reality. I have 10 years of experience in clinical work both in the public and private sectors, with an addition of 5 years in the public assistance as a career coach and mentor.