Diana's professional practice of 25 years draws upon over three decades of intensive study and engagement with a wide range of complimentary healing traditions. She is certified
as a Core Energetic therapist and has spent the last fifteen years studying the intricacies of
psychoanalysis with Dr. Michael Eigen, one of the seminal thinkers of our time. Her in-depth practice of Buddhism allows her to be a compassionate and
nonjudgmental therapist. She works interactively and with an intuitive sensibility. Wonder and passion about the human spirit keep her work alive.
"The most difficult times for many of us are the ones we give ourselves" P. Chodron
The relationship between the physical body and the emotions
Finding the meaning of illness
Growing the ability to love one's self more deeply
Transitional periods such as birth, death, loss, relocation
"The open path is a matter of working purely with what is, of giving up altogether the fear that something might not work" C. Trungpa
Growing consciousness is growing the ability to tolerate chaos and not trying to control it
There is intuition and then there is everything else
Learning to love one's self is a great gift, for self and humanity
Becoming aware of our different selves, the voices and words they speak, as well as the dialogues they have, helps us establish a stronger more loving core
Seeing our 'stuck' places with compassion and a little levity, is very helpful in getting 'unstuck'
Dialogues with someone other than ourselves, gives us a sense that there might be perspectives other than our own
Being in the present really helps dispel illusions
When you can stay with your feelings and not your interpretations of them, they change more quickly
Transitions of any kind are difficult at best. Having objective support can supply a little breathing room.
Releasing even a small bit of shame is incredibly freeing.
Being in a couple challenges edges we might not have been aware of otherwise. Learning to tolerate those edges, so we can grow to find more love, is key.
Learning your partner's language, both verbal and nonverbal, is paramount to a more fulfilling relationship.
"Words themselves are neutral, it's the charge we add to them that matters" - P. Chodron
"I was dealing with issues around anger, anxiety, and my childhood. I didn't even realize what I was dealing with until Diana helped me face them. I had tried many forms of therapy, with little results. In just one session, she helped me put to rest the issues I have had with my mother for 37 years. I could not be more grateful for our time working together." Marc
"Diana Blue was the first of 7 other therapists I intended to interview the day I met her. After speaking with her for 50 minutes I knew I need look no further. She mostly listened. And her empathy was real. I had absolutely no doubt I could trust her.
Diana didn't solve any of my problems. She provided me with tools whereby I was more able to listen to myself and solve my own. She is incredibly generous and truthful. I am grateful to her to this very day." Vickie Tanner
"Diana Blue is an insightful, compassionate, and practical therapist. I came to her feeling desperate, struggling with addiction, and today I have over a decade of sobriety. With Diana’s guidance, I was able to shed light on the past and find peace in the present. I learned to flourish, rather than to just survive." R.B.
"Diana opened my eyes and my heart to the magic of what it means to stay present. Our work has been a profound experience for me." H. K.
"You are the sky. Everything else...it's just the weather" - P. Chodron
"Your pain is but the breaking of the shell that encloses your understanding" - K. Gibran