Diana Gleghorn works in a private practice setting as a licensed marriage and family therapist, (MFT 28637) specializing in Hoarding Disorders, chronic disorganization and other collective behaviors. Diana provides confidential in home psychotherapy, as well as individual and family work, to address the emotional issues behind chronic disorganization, Hoarding Disorder and cluttering.

There are many reasons why some people have piles of stuff around them. Some experience over-whelming anxiety and grief when faced with making decisions on what to keep or how to organize their possessions. Others may find comfort by being surrounded by piles of their things. Sometimes not having the focus to stick with the task or not knowing where to begin can stall ones efforts as well.

Utilizing Cognitive Behavioral techniques to break down, simplify and improve the collecting process Diana works with each individual on how they would like to manage their own space. She will help identify the triggers and problematic areas while being compassionate and respectful to the persons' possessions.

Diana values the relationships with her clients and brings flexibility and a sense of humor to her work. She completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Southern California and attended graduate school at Pepperdine University where she earned her master’s degree in Counseling Psychology.


415 271-5767

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5625 College Avenue, Suite 215

Oakland, CA 94618