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Diana Clark is an author and facilitator of workshops designed for family members who are impacted by substance use disorders and co-occurring disorders. She is the author of “Addiction Recovery: A Family’s Journey,” and the audiobook, “What Love Looks Like: When Your Child Struggles with Addiction.”
Diana holds a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology from Antioch University, and she has worked as a therapist, interventionist and consultant focusing on issues related to addiction and dependence.
Currently, Diana serves as the Family Outreach Specialist at Turnbridge in New Haven, CT. Through her work at Turnbridge, Diana has the opportunity to facilitate support groups, workshops and events for parents of people struggling with substance use disorders and co-occurring disorders.