Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Professional Background

Dr. Diana Greywolf  received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Walden University. She has worked in a variety of settings including community mental health, university counseling, domestic violence programs, and women's centers.  Her specialties include women's issues, LGBTQ concerns, multicultural identity development, treatment of trauma and sexual health. Her previous experience has included work with a wide variety of clients with varying spiritual, racial, ability statuses, ethnic, and sexual identities.

Helps clients with:

  • Mood and depression management
  • Stress and anxiety
  • Chronic Pain, Illness, Disability 
  • Headaches/Migraines
  • EMDR
  • LGBTQ Issues and concerns
  • Gender identity and gender dysphoria
  • Distress related to experience of discrimination and oppression
  • Trauma (sexual assault, abuse of any kind, accidents, medical trauma, etc.)
  • Domestic violence recovery
  • Emotional regulation issues
  • Grief and bereavement
  • Relationship and marriage difficulties 
  • Sexuality and sexual orientation concerns
  • Life transitions (college students, "empty-nesters," divorce, disability)

Phone: 401-921-3600  Email:

Diana Greywolf, Ph.D.

Education & Professional Affiliations 
  • Doctorate in Clinical Psychology - Walden University​

"Therapy helps people by providing insight, presenting alternative solutions to problems, and by guiding people toward finding meaning in their lives. I have a long-standing interest in helping people find balance in their lives."