Diana Dill, EdD
I am a consulting and coaching psychologist, educator, and behavioral health provider with more than 20 years’ experience applying empirically based change principles to clients’ development goals and work problems. I founded Working Together for Health℠ to serve the unique needs of clinicians. Changes in the healthcare environment were challenging my clinician clients, and people in need were having difficulty getting access to high-quality psychological services. Given these trends, I wanted to help bring the benefits of evidence-based psychology to the world of medicine — to both support and relieve front-line clinicians and bring comfort to patients.
I am an ILM Scholar at the Institute for Lifestyle Medicine at Harvard Medical School, where I teach patient-centered counseling skills and stress management for primary care. I am a Founding Member of the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital, and I’m on the Research Committee of the National Consortium for Credentialing of Health and Wellness Coaches. I maintain an active cognitive behavioral therapy practice, and, through Working Together Coaching and Consulting℠, help highly trained and innovative individuals, practices, and small businesses address their achievement challenges. I have authored over 20 publications and have presented my work to national and local audiences. I am a core faculty member of the Managing Workplace Conflict: Improving Leadership and Personal Effectiveness course of Physician Health Services, Inc.
You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org.