Diane Levy-Rubinstein is a Licensed Master Clinical Social Worker who completed her undergraduate degree at Eastern Michigan University and her MSW at Wayne State University. She specializes in Dialectic Behavior Therapy (DBT) as well as Cognitive Behavioral therapy and insight-oriented process therapy.
With over 35 years of experience helping clients with anxiety, depression, mood disorders and personality disorders, Diane has also successfully worked with clients suffering from Chronic Mental Illness. In addition, Diane has expertise in geriatrics and aging, grief and loss, and women’s issues. She provides individual therapy, group therapy, couples therapy as well as uncoupling therapy and family therapy. She also works with adolescents.
Her therapy approach is strength based and non-judgmental to help clients find their own LIFE WORTH LIVING. She employs many different therapeutic techniques with emphasis on validating and accepting uncomfortable feelings rather than denying to find value in their lives.
Diane also volunteers her services twice monthly to provide a grief support group in the community.