Born and raised in Coronado, California, Diane Sellers has been a Registered Nurse for over 40 years and is Licensed Marriage Family Therapist. She is trained in psychiatric mental health, sandtray therapy, and depth psychotherapy, with more than 12 years in private practice.
After graduating from Los Angeles County USC Medical Center School of Nursing, Diane put herself through Biola University, earning a BA with a double major in Social Science Intercultural Studies and Bible. After marrying, raising and homeschooling her three now-grown children, Diane returned to school to fulfill her childhood passion, earning a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute in Carpinteria, where she studied Jungian-based Depth Psychology.
Diane specializes in child therapy, emotional abuse, grief and loss, recovery from trauma. She developed and holds a workshop for clinicians on a topic dear to her heart, “The Elephant in the Room: Treating Abortion-related Trauma and Grief.” Her nursing background includes chronic illness, hospice and home health.
In her free-time, Diane enjoys reading, playing the piano, ballroom dancing, and being with her five grandchildren.
Diane considers it a high privilege and honor to accompany her patients on their unique journeys, bringing healing to the deep, unseen wounds of the soul and transforming them holistically—mind, body, soul, and spirit.