Diana Yost is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor concentrating in individual, marriage, and family counseling and personal life coaching for New Source Counseling Centers.
She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology, graduating Summa Cum Laude from Cleveland State University, and a Master of Arts degree from Ashland Theological Seminary in Pastoral Psychology and Counseling, graduating with honors. Mrs. Yost also completed extensive post-graduate training. In 2005, she completed Level 2 training in EMDR.
Mrs. Yost is a qualified leader for workshops, seminars and retreats. Her informed topics include communication, self-esteem, the 6-stage change process, recovery from abuse, trauma and neglect, depression, anxiety, loss and grief, stress management, family and marital issues, and adult children of alcoholics and other dysfunctional family systems.
Diana can be reached at 1-800-323-7174 . She has offices in Bedford and Westlake.
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