Diana provides clients with a nonjudgmental space to express and explore their experiences. She believes that resilience comes from strengthening one’s self-understanding. Diana takes a collaborative approach with clients as they work towards their goals. She practices through a culturally informed lens and works with a diverse range of clients. Specifically, Diana enjoys assisting clients who are experiencing grief, anxiety, depression, trauma, low self-esteem, life transitions, and relationship issues. Diana aims to empower her clients through increased self-efficacy and uses an integrative approach that is grounded in Adlerian theory and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).
Diana holds a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Northwestern University and a Bachelor of Arts from Cornell University where she majored in Psychology and Economics. She most recently worked at The Pauling Institute in Washington, D.C and is currently offering therapy services through Jordan Integrative Counseling, LLC under the Supervision of Lori Flick, LCPC.
Before switching to the counseling field, Diana worked at Boeing for eight years. Most recently, she managed a financial operations team for the V-22 military helicopter program. Among her focuses at Boeing, Diana was responsible for talent management and recent graduate career development. Diana brings her skills of leadership, mentoring, and career counseling to her current work as a mental health professional.
Diana is originally from Pittsford, NY. In her free time, she enjoys tennis, running, and any/all puzzles (jigsaw, Connections, NYT Crossword, Wordle, etc.). Diana is a dual citizen of Latvia and the United States. While most of her life has been spent in the United States, Diana has lived abroad in both London and Rome. Diana is a practicing Christian and is able to provide faith-aligned counseling and care.