At the Colorado Women’s Center, Diana Calvo works with individuals and couples who are wanting to make sense of their life experiences, navigate significant life transitions, and thrive in an increasingly complex world. She is in the final year of her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Naropa University. Diana has a special interest in working with adult survivors of narcissistic abuse, family estrangement, and relationship challenges.
When working with individuals, Diana supports women to reconnect with their inner wisdom and guidance. She believes each woman is the ultimate expert on her own life. Diana encourages a collaborative relationship, open dialogue, and a kind and gentle atmosphere. She is trained in Contemplative Psychotherapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Somatic Experiencing (SE).
In couples work, Diana works with couples in real-time to address relationship challenges using the Psychobiological Approach to Couples Therapy (PACT). She supports the couple to understand themselves and each other more deeply. Through guided scenarios, each person learns effective strategies for a more satisfying relationship.
Diana is a dog Mom to Joey, a 4-year-old mixed-breed dog born in Turks & Caicos. Hobbies include easy cooking and tending to a handful of indoor plants. Her favorite food is coffee. She enjoys listening to podcasts and taking Joey on early morning walks.