Diana Zumas, M.A., LPC, LPCC
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- Diana Zumas, M.A., LPC, LPCC
Diana received her BA in Theater and Art from Oberlin College and a Masters in Counseling from Southwestern College, and has been a psychotherapist since 2008. She has worked extensively with individuals, families, and adolescents in a variety of inpatient and outpatient settings. Before moving back to Santa Fe she was a primary and specialty therapist at Cottonwood de Tucson in Arizona, an inpatient residential rehab for addictions, trauma, and other mental disorders.
Currently she facilitates therapy groups for Native American men recovering from addictions at New Moon Lodge in Ohkay Owingeh, New Mexico.
Diana has over 600 hours of psychodrama training and enjoys incorporating experiential processes, mindfulness, and art work into her therapy. She presented a workshop on psychodrama and codependency at the 2016 American Society of Group Psychotherapists and Psychodrama Conference. Diana is trained in EMDR levels I and II. She aims to support people in accessing inner resources as they participate in the brave, painful, and enlightening journey of healing. She believes that the relationship cultivated between the therapist and client is of utmost importance to heal emotional wounds, and thus the therapist must also continually be practicing self-care, growing, and delving into their own depths to best support this intimate, privileged and profound process.