Diana Hope, LCSW

Updated: Jul 12


  • Racial trauma

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Suicide prevention

Populations I enjoy working with

  • BIPOC community

  • Veterans

A little about me:

Diana’s passions include providing community lectures that focus on the integration of religion and mental health, practicing yoga, and attending her bonus children’s sporting events. Graduating in 2003 with a BSW from Atlantic Union College with a minor in criminal justice Diana Hope – Baker went on to obtain her MSW from the University of Central Florida with a Certificate in Addictions in 2004. Diana later obtained Post Graduate Certificates form The Metropolitan Institute in Child and Adolescent Psychodynamic Psychotherapy in 2014 and a Certificate in Clinical Supervision from New York University in 2017. Diana is a Social Worker with a demonstrated history of working in Behavioral Health in a variety of settings inclusive of care coordination, quality improvement, and community mental health. Over the past 17 years she has enjoyed serving a variety or populations including, health care professionals, Individuals with Substance Use Disorders, Veterans, Individuals within the Criminal Justice System, Children and Adolescents and the Geriatric Population. Diana is a proud member of the Georgia Society for Clinical Social Workers and the Georgia Chapter of NASW. In her private practice she works closely with individuals experiencing racial trauma, depression and anxiety as well as with couples with a PTSD positive partner.

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