Diana Barnes-Fox, Associate Marriage and Family Therapist #86531 and Associate Professional Clinical Counselor #2079
I have always wanted to help people and have been working in the mental health field for the past twenty years. I enjoy being a therapist and seeing my clients improve their lives. My past clients have suffered with all types of trauma including domestic violence, human trafficking, sexual or physical abuse. People come in to see me often feel broken, scared, ashamed, worthless. It is so gratifying to see my clients getting better and living their full lives free of guilt and shame. I also have experiences working with men, women, teens and children. Specifically, I have worked with men struggling with addiction and the process of recovery. I have an in-depth understanding of how addiction, trauma, domestic violence, childhood abuse and sexual exploration impacts my clients and how these struggles can affect an individual, couple and the family relationships. I do not want you to feel you are alone with no where to turn.
I feel strongly that as therapists we must work on improving our society. To do this I have worked with or served as a board member the following organization:
- Autism Spectrum at A.C.C.E.S.S
- Riverside County Children’s Services
- Advocate for domestic violence and human trafficking
- California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists
- The Institute on Violence, Abuse, and Trauma (IVAT)
- National Partnership (NPEIV
- Recipient of the Hope Collaborative Advocate of the Year Award, 2017.
These organizations have been helpful to me by providing evidence-based techniques and strategies that I use to help and support my clients. Clients often feel stuck and discouraged and I help them by teaching better coping strategies and thought process. I integrate a variety of therapeutic techniques from many different counseling frameworks all for the benefit of you my client. Call me today and let’s begin your journey.