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Diamond State Counseling provides the following services:



Life's challenges can seem overwhelming, confusing, and bring out an array of emotions that can be difficult to sort.

Our job is to help you sort through and manage difficult emotions or situations in your life.
Some examples are:

  • Anxiety

  • Anger management

  • Conflict resolution

  • Depression

  • Divorce

  • Grief and loss 

  • Relationship issues

  • Self esteem

  • Sexuality

Couples come into counseling for a variety of different issues including communication & conflict resolution, sexual & intimacy issues, fighting and anger issues, identity and role issues, jealousy, infidelity, money and finances, addiction, family and in-law struggles, stepfamily issues, gender roles, infertility / adoption, and many more. Healthy communication is a key ingredient in a successful relationship.  


As a team, we work together to:

  •  Identify negative patterns that are hindering the quality of your relationship & friendship.

  •  Learn how to stop blaming each other so you  can work through problems without power struggles.

  •  Find healthy ways to relate to each other

  •  Reconnect to the love and passion of your earlier relationship.





Children have unique challenges in life.  Children, especially our younger ones (ages 6 to 12) are still very dependent on their parents for guidance in school and with relationships. Like adults, children have their own ways of dealing with life's issues. 

Diamond State's therapists have experience dealing with home, school, and community issues.  Working collaboratively with parents, we like to form a working relationship with children to build trust so we can deal with underlying problems for school stressors or home stressors. 

Seeking treatment can be a difficult decision for you or your loved one to make. Whether you are transitioning from an outpatient program or coming to counseling for the first time, Diamond State Counseling provides a seamless process to help you find the treatment that best fits your needs. 

Diamond State Counseling offers well-researched, evidence-based counseling that is personalized to your needs. We work collaboratively to create your own unique treatment experience. Our flexible schedule offers the ability to focus on recovery while also supporting outside obligations. 



In response to the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic, our therapists are available to the entire State of Delaware via Telehealth. While virtual counseling is not our primary service, we believe in doing all we can to keep our patients and clinicians safe.

If you are new to telehealth services, you may have a lot of questions. The information below should answer all of your questions about this secure and convenient way to continue online counseling services.

Click the link below to visit our telehealth FAQ page



Couples Counseling
Recovery Services



At Diamond State Counseling, we find a combination of therapy and medication to be a suitable treatment for depression and anxiety in adults. Various forms of therapy can include cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), client-centered therapy, and problem-solving therapy. Medication needs will vary from patient to patient, depending on the severity of the disorder.


We provide psychiatric evaluations and medication management for the treatment of:

  • Anxiety disorders

  • Adjustment disorder

  • Attention deficit disorder (ADD & ADHD)

  • Depression

  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder

  • Panic disorder

  • Phobias

Our psychiatry team will conduct an in-depth evaluation and create a treatment plan that may include a choice of medications. We then follow up with medication management sessions to monitor the benefits and possible side effects of each medication. At these visits, we may adjust doses or make changes in medications until we find the most effective result.

To schedule a psychiatric appointment for evaluation or follow-up at Diamond State Counseling please call (302) 683-1055.

Please note: We are not a crisis intervention facility. If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or Text 9-8-8 or go to your nearest emergency department. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please call 911. 

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