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Diana Loewen, MA, LPC, CRAADC

Pain can change us at our core. At some point, it will affect us all; that we can be certain. It is interesting though that this thing that affects every single one of us, can often times leave us feeling isolated and alone, if not well managed. If you have recently experienced a traumatic painful event or are just experiencing a difficult season in life, you don’t have to do it alone.  In 2019, I was diagnosed with an autoimmune disorder that wreaked havoc on my body and forever changed me as a person. I did all the right things. I was a strong advocate for myself, researched AI disease, used conventional and non-conventional healing methods, cleaned up my diet, exercised, took the meds, did meditation, joined support groups, went to therapy, visited Mayo Clinic, and took so many supplements I felt like my body might have turned into a GNC. Some of it helped. Most of it didn’t. My biggest obstacle was accepting a new normal and working through the fear that comes with that. Accepting pain doesn’t mean approval or that I discontinue seeking relief. It meant finding some sort of meaning and help in the midst of suffering. Perhaps some of this is resonating.  If so, please reach out for support. 


Aside from my personal experience, I have 10 years of experience in treating substance use disorders. I also have experience with EMDR, Audio Visual Entrainment (AVE), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Biofeedback, Mindfulness, etc. 

Clinical interests: Chronic pain Substance abuse trauma autoimmune conditions infertility.

When you are ready to get started call or text 314-514-4498 to schedule your appointment. 

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