Miguel Diaz received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Siena College and his Master of Arts in Counseling and Community Psychology from Sage Graduate School. While attending Sage, he completed his graduate training in psychotherapy and Family Systems theory at the Samaritan Counseling Center where he holds a post-graduate residency post. Miguel’s areas of practice include treatment of anxiety, depression, grief, recovery, family and couples relational problems, family of origin work, and adolescent/developmental issues. His treatment style integrates client collaboration, support, and personal growth with appreciation for the cultural and spiritual traditions and values of clients. He is a member of the New York Mental Health Counselors Association.