“One reason I am so happy to offer these clinically proven techniques is that most issues can be resolved in a short amount of time.”  

~ Diane

Diane Johnson is an enthusiastic practitioner who is passionate about integrative healing of the mind, body, and spirit. As a licensed psychotherapist in the Mt. Washington Valley she specializes in the treatment of anxiety, depression, relational issues, trauma, grief, and stress reduction. Diane has been a student of Zen and a member of a spiritual community for over 20 years. Through her practice and daily life she has studied the intimate connections between the mind, emotions, and the body. Diane strives to be a model of health and healing and is committed to the process of self exploration and self development. She has established a reputation for creating an accepting environment with an approach that is sensitive, respectful, and empowering.  She has been in private practice for 18 years with clinical experience as both an individual and a marriage and family therapist. Diane loves the outdoors, sea kayaking, hiking, and cross country skiing with friends. She loves her pets and is an avid gardener.

In addition to  seeing individuals and couples, Diane teaches classes in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction.

Integrative healing practices takes into account  the whole person (body, mind, and spirit), including all aspects of lifestyle. It emphasizes the therapeutic relationship and makes use of all appropriate therapies, both conventional and alternative.



Diane has been traditionally trained holding a Masters Degree in Counseling/Psychology from Lesley University.  She has been trained in Energy Psychology techniques that are extensively researched and evidence based methodologies that have been proven to have effective and lasting results for participants. These techniques are also given to the individual as the counseling progresses for their own empowerment and continued development in reaching their full potential. Diane has a postgraduate Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy; she is a consultant to the schools and supervisor to graduate level students.

The modalities  utilized are EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique), EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) IFS (Internal Family Systems Model) CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy).