Diane Imabeppu worked for 19 years as a children’s therapist before focusing her practice on Integrative Health for all ages of clients, including babies who are yet to be born. A unique area of specialization is prenatal, birth and childhood stress, supporting recovery of a person’s early experiences at any age.
As an Integrative Health Practitioner, Diane sees a person or situation as a dynamic interaction of physical, emotional, mental, spiritual and energetic components. With compassionate presence, she works with clients to gain clarity, experience relief, and restore balance in their lives. Diane blends conventional, traditional and alternative treatment modalities depending on each client’s needs. In addition to private sessions, she has provided a variety of workshops for TDSB and Montessori schools, and other parent-child groups.
Diane has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of British Columbia, with a Double Major in Psychology and Family Science (1996), and a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Toronto in Occupational Therapy (2000). Since 2007, she has been studying and practicing conscious, heart-centred living, mindfulness, meditation, and energy medicine. Diane is a trauma-informed practitioner and is a member of the Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health.