Diana is a Clinical and Educational and Developmental Psychologist with over 10 years' experience working in government, not for profit and educational settings as well as successfully managing her own private practice. She graduated from the University of South Australia with First Class Honours in 2005 and completed her Master of Psychology (Forensic) in 2008. Diana has specialised knowledge in assessment and therapeutic intervention with children and adults who have experienced chronic trauma due to her extensive experience in working within the child protection system. A certified diagnostician, Diana also has significant experience and interest in working with children, adults and their respective families with Autism Spectrum Disorder. She has a special interest in working with girls and women on the autism spectrum. She is passionate about relationships and supporting families by working collaboratively with others to develop strategies for parenting, behavioural and educational concerns.
Diana utilises an eclectic range of modalities when working with families and is particularly skilled in cognitive behavioural therapy, social skills training, attachment therapy, play therapy and acceptance and commitment therapy.