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Diane Bachman
Diane Bachman, CMHC


I’m glad you are here.  My name is Diane Bachman.  I’m a therapist and couples counselor in Davis County, Utah.

I’ve always been interested in how we grow and develop. As a mother, I found great satisfaction in helping my children achieve and grow into their potential.  When they started to leave home, I felt passionate about continuing to help others.  Accordingly, I went back to school and became a Clinical Mental Health Counselor.  

Perhaps one reason that I am so passionate about helping people achieve their potential is because I know what it is like to feel stuck in survival mode.  I also know what it is like to engage in psychotherapy and find a healing space where I could think and feel my way forward again.

If you’re looking for support through a challenging situation, or needing some help with anxiety, depression, or a relationship difficulty, I will be happy to bring my expertise as well as my personal experience to help you get back to living your life with with imagination, courage and integrity.

Please feel free to reach out anytime.



For your safety as well as my own, I have fully transitioned to meeting online. I am using the HIPAA compliant platform of Zoom to meet by video-conference at this time. Although online psychotherapy isn’t quite the same as meeting face-to-face, most people are reporting that meeting online goes better than they thought it would and there are some benefits. You can have your session anywhere you have a good wifi connection and you don’t have to travel to your appointment. Being in your own home can create a sense of safety which can speed along the therapy process. And finally, insurance companies are paying for this as if it were in-person.


Your well-being matters