Dianna Campbell-Smith is a Registered Psychologist who specializes in counselling, coaching and clinical hypnosis. She holds a Master of Arts in Counselling from Gonzaga University and a Doctor of Psychology from California Southern University. She is registered with the College of Alberta Psychologists (CAP) and a member of the Alberta Psychologists Association (APA). Dianna was a supervising psychologist and the Director of Counselling Initiatives for the Calgary Counselling Centre until 2013.
Dianna completed her undergraduate and first graduate degree while working as a geologist. In 1999, after a decade and a half in the oil and gas industry, she made a bold vocational change and began to professionally pursue her passion for psychology. Her corporate background not only gives her valuable insight into the work lives of many of her clients; it also informs the problem-solving approach she takes to her practice.
Always eager to complement her formal education, Dianna regularly attends conferences and seminars and undergoes training on a variety of topics. As a trained Toastmaster, she also enjoys speaking in public and providing training, and as such has facilitated workshops on such topics as managing depression, women and self-esteem, developing interpersonal skills, dealing with difficult people and managing stress in the workplace.
In her free time, Dianna enjoys painting and practicing karate. She received her black belt in 2003.
Dianna is a Psychology Today verified therapist.