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Lital Diament


Diament Wellness Marriage & Counseling, PC

Lital Diament

I received my Bachelor of Arts degree on Child and Adolescent Development from California State University, Northridge, and in 2009, I received my Masters of Arts degree in Psychology from the Phillips Graduate Institute in Encino.
I've utilized my Bachelor of Arts degree by working as a tutor, a behaviorist and a teacher, focusing on the developmental processes that occurs from conception through the end of adolescence. During this time, I gained a comprehensive overview of typical and atypical development by interacting with individuals in their natural environment and watching them unfold into their full potential.
At Phillips Graduate Institute I studied Marriage and Family Therapy with a concentration in Dual Diagnosis or Co-Occurring Disorders (alcohol or drug problems coinciding with emotional/psychiatric problem, such as Bipolar Disorders, Depression, Personality Disorders, and Anxiety Disorders). I have continued working with children and adolescents, young adults, and families in various fields, including research, education, health care, advocacy, law and psychotherapy.
I am a Telehealth Trained Clinician, offering clients counseling sessions that are conducted confidentially online. Please contact me to learn more about tele therapy and find out if it is right for you.
I also offer individuals an alternative therapy called Brainspotting (Phase 1 & 2). This therapy uses spots in a person's visual field to help them process trauma. It accesses trauma trapped in the subcortical brain, the area of the brain responsible for motion, consciousness, emotions, and learning.
In addition, I am certified in Perinatal Mood Disorders. While Pregnancy, childbirth, and parenting are incredible experiences, they also bring dramatic changes to your life and your emotional health. While it can be an exciting and joyful time, the changes that accompany the perinatal period can also leave you feeling sad, guilty, overwhelmed, irritable, or unable to relax and enjoy your developing relationship with your baby and family.
• You might be feeling down
• You may feel more tired than usual, yet unable to sleep
• You might be less interested in eating
• You may get angry and annoyed more easily
• You might have trouble thinking clearly and making decisions
• You may worry or get anxious for reasons you don’t completely understand
• You may even experience flashbacks or nightmares about past traumatic events
All these reactions are normal, but they might also be symptoms of a temporary and treatable set of conditions called Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMADs).

Skills and Qualifications

PAIL certified.
PMADS therapist
Brainspotting Certified
EMDT Trained

Areas Covered

California, Wyoming, Montana


Virtual Support

Support Offered


Additional Languages


Fertility, Postpartum, PAIL

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