I have a most heart-full aspiration to offer mindfulness in as many ways as possible, to as many people as possible so that we can all contribute to our greatest happiness and ease in our everyday lives. It is my greatest hope that you know you are not alone on the path to freedom from your distress. There are others who, "just like me" are on this mindful path with you and will offer you continuous care and support on this mindful journey.
Please know that it is my deepest commitment to help you find a resource, program or practice that will contribute to your well being and be of benefit to you and others.
Please contact Diana at: email@example.com to begin the conversation.
Diana holds the highest credentials from UMass Medical Center and The Center for Mindfulness in Society, Health Care and Education.
Since 1996, Diana has taught over 70 Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction courses. Her life-long commitment to mindfulness and the depth of her many years of experience strongly support Diana's mindfulness student's and their success in making mindfulness a regular and lifelong part of their own lives.
Since 1985, Diana has practiced as a California-licensed psychotherapist. She now has a private practice in Encinitas. Diana has dedicated herself to offering mindfulness and psychotherapy to individuals, couples and families.
In 2001, Diana founded Everyday Mindfulness, a professional organization that promotes education through classes, trainings and retreats in Mindfulness meditation and its teachings. Her commitment is to assist others who wish to bring mindfulness into their daily lives.
Diana also provides consultation and training in mindfulness practices to a variety of local organizations including health care, educational and corporate settings such as San Diego Hospice, Jenny Craig International, Magdalena Ecke YMCA, Scripps Research Institute for Integrative Medicine, La Jolla, UCSD Thornton Hospital, Helix Corp., Abbott Pharmaceuticals and The Salk Institute.
In addition, Diana has a deep passion for offering the benefits of mindfulness to those who are struggling with illness and debilitating life circumstances and who do not have access to affordable programs. These programs are offered at no charge to those who may benefit.