After the loss of my mother and father within months of each other, I found it hard to recover from such emotional pain. I lost all joy for life and hope for the future. I was depressed and suicidal and did not know how I was going to go on. My life began to change for the better when I decided to give my life to God. This is when I began falling in love with Jesus and finding my purpose. Because I found my way back to a life of joy, peace and purpose, I have been called to assist others in redirecting their lives and using their unique gifts/talents to build a bright future; to turn a destructive destiny into a divine destiny.
Diane Anderson has worked in the social services arena for over 30 years and is a firm believer that finding our purpose leads to a life of peace and joy, devoid of fear, jealousy, and competitiveness. Her academic degrees include a BA in psychology and MBA from the University of Phoenix. She is also an Ordained Minister, New York State Chaplain and a Certified Recovery Peer Advocate (CRPA). She also holds additional certificates in Mental Health First Aid for Youth and Adults, Motivational Interviewing, Case Management, Life Coach, Therapeutic Art Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Child / Adolescent Counseling and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Drawing from her professional and lived experience, Diane Anderson is passionate about helping others strategize to discover and become their best unique self.
Meet Me At The Crossroads, uses evidence-based counseling techniques, lived experiences, and biblical principles to assist people in the process of facing and dealing with life issues/challenges that have impacted their mental, emotional, psychological, and spiritual well being. We provide active listening, counseling (Stages of Change), motivational talk and encouragement, empowerment strategies, prayer/salvation, mentoring, informational/therapeutic workshops, resource/informational materials, advocacy and referrals.
The Lord has commissioned me as He did to the Prophet Ezekiel in 37:4, saying prophesy to these dry bones on the earth. I believe if we get into the positions that God has created for us, we will make a powerful impact on the world.” Diane Anderson