Dr. Tania Diaz is licensed as a Clinical Psychologist, qualified board approved clinical supervisor in the state of Florida, and Certified Heartmath® Trainer. She has 20 years of clinical experience in the mental health field.

After receiving her Bachelor’s degree from Nova Southeastern University, Dr. Diaz went on to earn her doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Carlos Albizu University in Miami, Florida.

She completed her internship at the Miami Children’s Hospital providing individual, group and family therapy to children and adolescence suffering from post traumatic stress disorder, attention deficit, psychosis, depression, anxiety and other mood disorders. Moreover, she is well versed in academic, adoption, bariatric, immigration, and personality evaluations.

Following her internship, Dr. Diaz completed a one year residency position at Everglades Correctional Institution, an all male maximum security prison. This afforded her the opportunity to work with diverse clients across the spectrum.

Dr. Diaz teaches Graduate and Undergraduate courses at local universities, and has appeared on numerous radio and television programs discussing topics such as ADHD, Self-Harm, and Bullying. Dr. Diaz has acted as the lead psychologist and provided on-line psychological assessment and clearance to model prospects for the 4th television series of Modelo Latina, sponsored by Cinemat, Inc., and consistently gives lectures on topics meriting continuing education credits. Dr. Diaz has presented at Annual Mental Health Conferences and most recent she has been invited to participate in the field assessment trials of the development of the latest edition of the Diagnostic Statistical Manual (DSM5) used by all mental health professionals for diagnosing and treatment of mental disorders.

Dr. Diaz is listed on page 912 of the DSM5 as a Collaborative Investigator.