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Hello, I'm Diana.
I'm a couples therapist. I love what I do. 
It all started after my divorce, over ten years ago. I didn't know how to do relationships. I didn't see anyone in a relationship I
would want. I started reading to figure it out. In my 40s I left my corporate career in New York City, went to grad school in Boulder, and opened my private practice in Broomfield, Colorado. You can read more about my approach and credentials

Now I spend my days doing something that lights me up: working with couples in crisis. I help partners navigate the most difficult situations with courage, kindness, and respect. 

I work with couples in all stages of a relationship: pre-marriage, married or committed, considering divorce, divorcing

Couples also come with specific concerns. Find more information about my experience working with various
relationship issues.


If you're here, something's up. Schedule a free consultation and let's figure this out together. 


Getting ready for marriage, or any form of a long-term committed relationship, is a big step. In the early stages of a relationship, it is easy to overlook the small things that somehow feel like something isn't quite right. Premarital counseling is a structured approach to assessing chemistry, compatibility, and character among partners. It's also beneficial for learning skills for identifying, communicating, and addressing areas of conflict right from the start. 

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Romantic relationships hold the potential to be both the most rewarding and the most troubling relationships in life. Couples seek counseling for a variety of reasons: wanting to start, wanting to end, a specific issue to work through, dynamics that have become untenable, or just wanting something more or better from the relationship. Couples counseling is an opportunity to explore the possibilities in your relationship.


Discernment counseling is a specific form of short-term therapy catered to married couples considering divorce. When one partner wants to save the marriage and the other partner is undecided about how to move forward, discernment counseling can help. Couples are guided and supported through the process of making a clear decision on how to move forward. 

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Once the decision to divorce is made, the divorce journey begins. This can be a lengthy process, depending on the couple and the circumstances. Divorce is a significant transition and some couples find it supportive to be intentional about the process and to have third party support for emotional processing, decision making / logistics, conflict management, and communication skills going forward.  



It's important that both you and your partner feel comfortable working with your couples therapist in Denver, Colorado. Schedule a free video consultation and we can discuss your hopes for couples therapy, answer and address any questions or concerns, and together decide if this feels like a good fit.

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