About Diana Nash

Unlike many therapists who deal with marriage counseling, over-eating and other less emotional situations, Diana Nash has specialized in this new frontier of psychological therapy since she and her husband lost all four parents within a single year.


She knows from personal experience that overcoming the trauma of loss involves much more than sympathy or platitudes such as “You'll get over it.” She has developed a psychologically sensitive process which helps the bereaved accept their loss and then negotiate the stages of denial, anger, guilt and acceptance. She helps her clients change focus from the angst of death to a celebration of life and, consequently, to a renewed joy in their work, their goals and in life itself.

Ms. Nash earned her Masters in Psychological Counseling at New York University where she later taught this subject as an adjunct professor. She is currently affiliated with Marymount Manhattan College where she created and teaches courses on death education.