Diana Anzaldua, LMSW - Plumeria Counseling

Diana Anzaldua, LMSW

Supervised by Pamela Malone, LCSW, PhD

Licensed Masters Social Worker

Diana is a Licensed Master Social Worker & has over 8 years of experience providing individuals, families, adolescents, couples, and group counseling services to diverse populations. Diana identifies as a Therapist of color. She provides therapy services to persons struggling with symptoms of PTSD, Depression, Anxiety, Substance Abuse, Attachment Disorders, Grief/ Loss, Complex Trauma, Mood Disorders and Anger Management. Diana also has extensive experience in working with complex trauma, adolescents on the Autism spectrum and those diagnosed with Intellectual Disabilities.

Diana’s approach is solution-focused, and person centered. She incorporates Trauma Focused, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, insight-oriented meditation modalities, self-compassion, and various forms of expressive/movement based therapies through in-person, to help you develop the skills necessary to tolerate difficult emotions and situations in the present moment, while helping you reconnect to your own exuberance.

Diana understands people often struggle with utilizing unhealthy, adaptive coping skills to address symptoms of depression, anxiety, or other mood disorders. She can assist you with identifying strategies that will work for you to identify and modify thinking, behaviors, and actions that no longer serve you. She has a passion for helping clients heal, by incorporating new skills to move past self-defeating patterns. She also believes that everyone has the capacity to make positive changes and heal. She says “together, we can work through the barriers that may be preventing you from being the best person you can be.”

Diana enjoys traveling, spending time with family and friends, as well as her fur baby, Roscoe. In her spare time, she performs at public and private events through DJing/ curating music sets.

Specializations: Tweens, Adolescents, college-aged and adults. Depression, Loss and Grief, Trauma/PTSD, Childhood Abuse, Anxiety, Stress Management, Addiction and Recovery, Anger Management, Relationship Issues, Adolescents, College Aged Issues, Chronic Illness, Terminal Illness, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Intellectual Disabilities, Crime/Corrections, Bipolar Disorder, Life Transitions, Chronic Health Conditions, Relationship/Families (adult children), Career Transitions, Music and Expressive Arts