Diane Sullivan, LCSW-R
Syracuse University, 1988
Interests: Eating disorders, alcohol/substance use, self-injury, trauma work, women's issues, relational (interpersonal) issues, identity and family issues
Prior to Cornell, Diane worked at several community mental health agencies in the surrounding region, providing residential treatment for individuals with psychiatric concerns, and the HIV Clinic at Arnot Ogden Medical Center, Elmira, NY. She provided individual, group, couples and family therapy; crisis intervention; advocacy, prevention and education for clients from very diverse backgrounds with regard to race, ethnicity, culture, sexual orientation, and economics. She has served as a supervisor and staff development coordinator and trainer.
She earned her undergraduate degree from Cornell University, Human Services Studies program, with a concentration in social work. While at Cornell, she was an EARS counselor and facilitated a number of peer support groups. She earned her master's in social with a concentration in family mental health from Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY.
Diane has a specialization in eating disorders and trauma.
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