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Diane Ofarim, LCPC

About Diane

Feelings of anxiety and depression are signals. They are not ‘your fault’! They tell us about unresolved and repressed feelings originating from painful situations – past or present. They usually occur either in the work arena or in relationships or both. Unresolved events can block development and subsequently produce a sense of despair. I specialize in getting to the ‘root’ of issues; helping to resolve that which has not been adequately dealt with, thereby facilitating development to resume. I have extensive expertise in the unique areas of negotiating multicultural and inter-religious issues that can face couples and families.

I specialize in working with depression, anxiety, unresolved past traumas, ie. early parent loss, emotional unavailability of parents, alcoholism and abuse. My methods involve developing insight which leads to behavioral change and heightened success in both career and relationships. I work with individuals, couples and families.

I am one of a small group of experienced professionals in practice for 20 years. We are dedicated to customizing treatment plans to match the varied needs of each individual and willing to work at negotiated sliding scale fees when needed. We are also covered by most insurance companies. Initial consultations given FREE of charge.

Areas of Expertise


Anger Management
Antisocial Personality
Anxiety or Fears
Behavioral Issues
Borderline Personality
Career Counseling
Child or Adolescent
Chronic Pain or Illness
Coping Skills
Developmental Disorders

Dual Diagnosis
Early Parent Loss
Eating Disorders
Emotional Disturbance
Family Conflict
Life Coaching
Loss or Grief
Narcissistic Personality

Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
Oppositional Defiance
Peer Relationships
Relationship Issues
Self Esteem
Sleep or Insomnia
Substance Abuse
Suicidal Ideation
Trauma and PTSD

Mental Health:

Bipolar Disorder
Dissociative Disorders
Elderly Persons Disorders
Impulse Control Disorders
Personality Disorders
Thinking Disorders


Bisexual Issues
Gay Issues
Lesbian Issues

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