About Diane Walker, LPC, N.C.C., G.C.C

Diane graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology in 1984 followed by a master’s degree in Counseling Education in 1987 from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville. Subsequently, she worked as a counselor in Conway, Arkansas followed by 10 years as an elementary guidance counselor for Fairfax County Public Schools in Alexandria, VA. Diane worked with kids at risk of dropping out of school as well as the general population. In 2004, Diane earned a second master’s degree in Educational Leadership from George Mason University.
Following this, Diane moved to Wisconsin and worked as an in-home counselor for 1.5 years. In 2005, Diane received her license as a Professional Counselor and has been doing outpatient psychotherapy since. At present, Diane holds certifications in grief counseling, is an EMDR therapist, and is a nationally certified counselor. Diane specializes in working with adolescents with oppositional issues, individuals and couples with life stage transition adjustments, individuals with grief and/or trauma issues, and individuals with anger control issues. Diane also has extensive experience with women who are seeking empowerment, adolescents/adults who are questioning their sexuality, men and women involved past or presently in abusive relationships, and parenting concerns.
Personally, Diane has been married for 30 years and has two grown sons. She enjoys spending time traveling, spending time with her amazing granddaughter, hiking, biking, and walking her dog. Diane is passionate about sports, music, and reading.
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