Diane Cook, EdS, LPC, BC-TMH
Alabama LPC License #3227
Wyoming LPC License #1562
Diane has worked in counseling and resiliency training since 2009 through community mental health, with military children and families, and in private practice. Diane values person-centered, family systems, solution-focused/brief, and cognitive- behavioral approaches to counseling and has helped clients in individual, family, couples, and group counseling settings. She seeks to adapt treatment to her clients’ needs. Diane is currently training to become a registered play therapist.
Diane seeks to provide a safe, warm, inviting, and confidential atmosphere for clients. She desires for clients to heal, grow, and overcome obstacles using practical skills learned in counseling.
The Lord called to my heart when I was a young girl and I acknowledge my path is in His hands. I am a Christian who counsels. My father is a retired Master Sergeant who served 24 years in the U.S. Army. In my childhood and youth we moved frequently, both in the United States and overseas. I have worked with civilian and military populations and I am very comfortable with people from all walks of life.
2013 The University of Alabama, EdS degree in Counseling
2009 University of Mobile, MA in Marriage and Family Counseling
2005 Augusta State University, BA in English