As founder and owner of Roots, Diana is passionate about helping patients find hope and healing by addressing issues related to trauma, anxiety, attachment disorders, emotional and behavioral dysregulation, and other psychological disorders. Diana specializes in pediatric care and early childhood development, and provides treatment services to children and their families; she also provides specialized trauma treatment to individuals of all ages with various trauma and attachment disorders.
Diana completed her undergraduate and graduate degrees in clinical social work at Grand Valley State University. She is currently a doctoral candidate at Fielding Graduate University’s School of Psychology Infant & Early Childhood Development program. Diana has developed her skillset working in a community mental health setting, pediatric residential treatment facility, and neuropsychological treatment clinic before opening her own practice – Roots. Over the past decade, Diana has partnered with school districts, legal systems, community groups, and nonprofit organizations to offer comprehensive support and services to individuals and families, and now offers specialized consultation and training services in ongoing efforts to collaborate and serve families most effectively.