Diana Hughes, LPC

Availability

Diana is an energetic, direct, and goal-oriented therapist. She enjoys participating in real conversations with her clients, and challenging them through relationship. Diana likes to share personal stories to relate better to her patients and believes an authentic therapeutic relationship is an important catalyst for change. Diana is currently living and seeing patients in-person in Columbia, Missouri, but anticipates moving to the Kansas City area within the next two years.

Financial
Private pay only; $110 for regular weekly sessions
Areas of Specialty
Bilingual Therapist: Diana provides individual comprehensive DBT for Spanish-speaking people. Diana thrives working with college students and people with a history of trauma. She does not treat eating disorders or substance use disorders which are primary problems in treatment.
Clients Accepted
Primarily sees adults. Occasionally accepts teens aged 14+ who do not have a history of suicidal thoughts or behaviors.
Aspire Counseling LLC | Columbia, MO
Location
In-person and Telehealth

Diana Hughes, LPC

Diana is an energetic, direct, and goal-oriented therapist. She enjoys participating in real conversations with her clients, and challenging them through relationship. Diana likes to share personal stories to relate better to her patients and believes an authentic therapeutic relationship is an important catalyst for change. Diana is currently living and seeing patients in-person in Columbia, Missouri, but anticipates moving to the Kansas City area within the next two years.

Availability

In-person and Telehealth

Clients Accepted

Primarily sees adults. Occasionally accepts teens aged 14+ who do not have a history of suicidal thoughts or behaviors.

Location

Aspire Counseling LLC | Columbia, MO

Areas of Expertise

Bilingual Therapist: Diana provides individual comprehensive DBT for Spanish-speaking people. Diana thrives working with college students and people with a history of trauma. She does not treat eating disorders or substance use disorders which are primary problems in treatment.
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