Dr. Diane Pearce, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, has provided counseling full time in a private practice setting since 1984. She has counseled individuals, married couples, and families and does so with a practical and passionate approach so that her clients may have the most positive impact possible on others.
Diane specializes in relationship and marriage issues, including affair prevention and recovery. In addition, she treats those with depression, anxiety, abuse recovery, attachment difficulties, dissociation, trauma, and eating disorders.
Diane and her husband have been married since 1987. She enjoys being a wife and mother who is passionate about leaving a Legacy of her own as well as equipping others with the tools that are necessary for them to leave a divinely appointed Legacy.
Diane has done extensive radio work including co-hosting the "Marriage and Family Today" radio show on WAFS AM 920 (Moody Radio) for several years. She currently serves on the faculty at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia and as Adjunct Faculty and Clinical Supervisor to graduate students at Richmont Graduate University in Atlanta, Georgia.
Diane has been a Fellow with the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy since 1984 and a Clinical Supervisor with the aforementioned association since 2011.
Blog: Read Dr. Pearce's blog posts HERE.
Ph.D. in Family Mediation
Lasalle University, 1998
M.A. Marriage, Family, & Child Counseling
Rosemead School of Psychology at Biola University, 1984
AACC - American Association of Christian Counseling
CAPS - Christian Association of Psychological Studies
AAMFT - American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
Misfit to masterpiece
A book by
Dr. Diane Pearce