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About Diana

I am an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, originally from Los Angeles, California, and currently practicing here. My professional journey has been diverse and includes establishing and managing my own small business. In October 2020, I became a suicide hotline counselor, work I found intensely fulfilling. I became driven by a strong desire to help alleviate distress and crisis that can result from trauma, and decided to enroll in the Master’s of Clinical Psychology program at Antioch University to become a therapist.


Throughout my life I’ve often heard the critique “you’re too sensitive”, which I was conditioned to believe was bad. However, now I know sensitivity is a strength in which I can take pride. I embrace my sensitivity and welcome the expression of any and all emotions. I firmly believe that everyone deserves to be heard, seen, and believed. I recognize how listening and being fully present with someone can be a transformative and life-changing experience.  


Outside of sessions, I enjoy attending live shows, cooking, drumming, and spending time with my favorite people and also my cat.

Diana Malouf is smiling in a warm and friendly way.



MA Clinical Psychology, Antioch University

MA in Sociology, Rutgers University

BA in Sociology, UC Santa Barbara

Clinical Training & Certifications

EMDR Basic Training, Hope Payson/EMDRIA

Emotionally Focused Therapy Training - ICEEFT

Narcissistic Abuse In-Depth Workshop, Dr. Ramani Durvasula

MFT/PCC Traineeship, Open Paths Counseling Center

Hotline Counselor, Didi Hirsch Suicide Prevention Center

Certified Crisis Helpline Specialist, International Council for Helplines


California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT), and LA-CAMT

American Counseling Association (ACA)

American Psychological Association (APA)

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