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Get To Know Me

Becky Diaz LMFT


Hello, and welcome. I'm Becky and my journey into therapy comes from an understanding in the power of giving and receiving help. Growing up in a big immigrant family I learned the importance of relationships in shaping my sense of self.  This understanding ignited my passion for studying  marriage and family therapy, a passion that continues to fuel my personal and professional growth.

As a full-time professor, I am deeply devoted to the art of teaching about therapy, engaging in discussions around it, and, of course, practicing it. Teaching allows me to remain a perpetual student, ever curious and eager to evolve. Beyond academia and therapy, I wear many hats—mom, wife, sister, Titi, granddaughter, niece, and more—each role offering valuable insights into the complexities of human connection.

Outside of my professional endeavors, you'll often find me indulging in my interests, whether it's nurturing my plants, moving around, getting lost in a good book, or enjoying music. These diverse passions enrich my perspective and allow me to approach therapy with a well-rounded outlook, nurturing a holistic approach to healing and growth.

In my practice, I strive to create a supportive and empowering environment for growth, where clients can explore, heal, and thrive. I invite you to delve deeper into my journey and approach to therapy. If you have any questions or if you're ready to schedule a session, please don't hesitate to reach out. I look forward to connecting with you."


A Bit About My Approach To Therapy


I approach therapy with a focus on assisting clients in achieving their relational goals within the context of their lives. I reject the notion of viewing lived experiences in isolation or seeing individuals as inherently broken and in need of repair. Instead, I embrace an integrative approach that blends present-moment awareness with an understanding of the past and far reaching influence into the future.

My experience as a bilingual therapist combined with my training have led me to develop a therapeutic style that is culturally competent and affirming of my clients.As a systems therapist I utilize models that help me to understand my clients existing stories, while also incorporating a more compassionate and holistic view of self and each other.  I also have experience and training that orients me with a clear lens of oppression and trauma, and an understanding of attachment and how it impacts relationships. ​

In therapy, my central focus is on fostering a safe and supportive environment where clients can courageously explore their experiences, heal from past wounds, and actively cultivate deeper connections—with themselves, with others, and with their surroundings

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