Diane Mitchell
CIT, NCC
Peachtree City
Specializations: Trauma, Anxiety/Depression, Couples, Family of Origin, Attachment, Life Transitions, EMDR Trained

Diane’s greatest passion is helping people find their balance points, restoring the parts of life that feel most broken. Addressing a wide range of concerns, with clients from all walks of life, ethnicities, sexualities, and spiritual beliefs, Diane provides a safe space to figure out where you want to be regardless of where you are.

Diane earned her Masters in Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling from Georgia State University and her Bachelors in Psychology and Human Services from Clayton State University. She graduated Summa cum Laude and is a member of Chi Sigma Iota: Counseling Honor Society.  She works primarily with couples and individuals, addressing a variety of concerns including anxiety & depression, attachment, life transitions, grief & loss, and relationship & boundary issues.

In her work, Diane integrates a variety of therapeutic approaches, tailoring sessions to the unique needs and personalities of each client. She provides a collaborative environment dedicated to holistic, trauma-informed care. She uses strength-based approaches and utilizes evidence-based therapeutic techniques such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), and Dialectic Behavior Therapy (DBT). She is also EMDR trained. Diane is currently under the supervision of Chelsey Beauchamp, LPC.

In her spare time, you can find Diane walking her three Cavalier King Charles Spaniel dogs with her husband.

Diane is under the supervision of Chelsey Beauchamp, LPC.