Sandra Diaz, MA, aims to create a safe place for personal exploration, development, and healing. Her focus in the therapeutic setting is to assist in identifying internal and external resources, in partnership with clients, to facilitate psychological, functional, social, and spiritual health.
Sandra is a graduate from Florida State University where she obtained a dual major in Psychology and Women’s Studies. She is a graduate of University of Hawaii where she obtained a Master of Social Work. Sandra has done extensive work in areas that include domestic violence, severe and persistent mental health disorders (i.e. major depressive disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, schizophrenia, bipolar disorders), and disordered eating behaviors. She has extensive experience in crisis intervention with a focus on adult populations.
Sandra is also fluent in Spanish, is a registered yoga teacher and has traveled extensively for the purpose of being culturally competent in her areas of expertise. She is certified in hypnotherapy and employs mindfulness-based interventions, cognitive behavioral therapy, and solution-focused therapy in assisting individuals to become their best self. Sandra enjoys reading, art, travel, and creating connection.
She believes that when we work together and cultivate community the seemingly impossible becomes the probable.
“The Wound is the Place Where the Light Enters You.”