Diana Linn

Dr. Diana Linn
Please note: I offer virtual sessions only.

I bring to this work deep caring and respect, an empathic connection, and creative collaboration to develop acceptance while paving the way for desired changes.  For over 20 years I have offered psychotherapy in children’s mental health agencies, schools, university and hospital clinics, and private practice.  I have extensive experience using Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Flash for trauma reduction and performance enhancement.

Acceptance and change can evolve from understanding and connecting with all parts of ourselves.  My calling is to help children and adults cope with grief and disappointment, feel seen in their sadness and worry, accept and connect with all parts of themselves, heal from painful experiences, restore their hope, and learn new ways to resolve relationship conflicts. I have dedicated time to supporting the growth of new therapists by teaching courses at the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology and Notre Dame University, and offering clinical supervision to trainees, interns associate therapists.

I have extensive experience working with depression and other mood disorders; anxiety; domestic violence, child abuse, car accidents and other traumas; phase of life concerns; relationship challenges; and grief and loss.
I received a Doctor of Psychology in Marriage and Family Therapy from Ryokan College and a Master’s in Counseling Psychology from the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology (Sophia University). Previous degrees included a Master of Science in Anatomy from the University of California San Francisco and a Bachelor’s in Neurobiology from the University of California Berkeley.



  • Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist #37771

Additional Trainings and Interests

  • Certified Medical Hypnotherapist
  • Light Induced Guided Healing Therapy through the School of Integrative Medicine at UC San Diego
  • EMDR & Flash for trauma recovery
  • Psychosynthesis through Psychosynthesis Palo Alto