Diane’s goal is to help her clients live their fullest life by providing insight, understanding, and holistic wellness practices in the healing process from suffering. Resilience emerges when healing the wounds of trauma, anxiety, depression, mood disorders, broken relationships, and stressful life events are addressed with compassionate presence as well as counseling and spiritual healing tools. Diane works with an integrated, creative, and tailored problem-centered approach that incorporates the Allender Model, Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT), family-of-origin, multi-cultural understanding, and spiritual perspectives. She works with clients
to find unique beauty and strength in the hard places and transforming that learning into a clear sense of identity, purpose, and passion for life and relationships.
She specializes in work with young adult, young professionals, college and graduate students, and middle adult clients transitioning to the workforce, healing in relationships, and integrating identity, self-esteem, and emotional management into the repertoire.
Diane Lin received both her Master’s and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Loyola
University Chicago and her B.A. in Humanities at Northwestern University. A Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Diane has worked in a variety of outpatient settings including Maudlin and Associates, LLC, Northwestern University’s Counseling Center and DePaul University’s Family & Community Services Center. She has been an adjunct faculty in two graduate psychology programs, clinically supervising and training over a hundred psychologists. Diane has over twenty-five years of clinical experience with older adolescents and adults providing individual, couples, and family therapy.
Diane was born and raised in Hawaii, a child of immigrants from China, but has lived in Chicagoland for over half of her life. She enjoys and has learned so much being in a cross-cultural marriage and doing life with her husband. If she lived in a different climate, she would own a standup paddleboard..
More information about Diane can be found on her Psychology Today profile.
APIT (authorization to practice interjurisdictional telepsychology) in all 31 Psypact States: https://psypact.site-ym.com/page/psypactmap
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