Dianna Cordero

Therapist

Dianna Cordero, also known as D.L. Cordero, holds an MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Campbell University and a BA in Journalism and Mass Communication from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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Denver Health Medical Center-Inaugural Transforming Health Care Summit: Panelist for
"Lived Experience and Voices from the Community" (01/2020)
Yale University- Black Trans Lives Are Sacred: a storytelling event (02/2021)
The Center on Colfax, Denver Element, and Transgender Center of the Rockies-
MC for Transgender Day of Visibility Live Event and Art Gallery (03/2021)
#TravelingWhileTrans-Reading and Zine Celebration (04/2021)


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Dianna Cordero, also known as D.L. Cordero, holds an MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Campbell University and a BA in Journalism and Mass Communication from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. They are a licensed professional counselor and nationally certified counselor dedicated to providing culturally-responsive care and supervision to clients and supervises. In all of their work, Cordero aims to center the experiences of marginalized persons in order to advance equity and equality. Also a published sci-fi fantasy author and poet, Cordero's writing can be found in literary magazines and anthologies. As an advocate for queer, nonbinary, and Latinx communities, Cordero has engaged in speaking engagements within the Denver community and nationwide. Notable events include:

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As someone who lives at multiple intersections, I believe context is everything. I commit to holding space for you in your entirety and, in doing so, aim to achieve goals through a collaborative partnership. In our work together, we will operate from a humanistic approach that integrates multiple counseling theories and modalities that are tailored to your needs. We will capitalize upon your unique strengths so that you can get closer to living the life you want to live. Counseling doesn’t have to be scary. Let’s use it as a tool to create that empowered future in which you live as your fullest, most authentic self.

Areas of focus: Gender identity and expression; Social and medical transitioning; Sexual, affectional, and romantic orientation/attraction; Racial trauma; Trauma reprocessing; Veteran and military populations; Depression; Anxiety.

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