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diane haworth

Although her professional life spanned 30+ years in the marketing field, Diane has always been intrigued by holistic healing including energy work, nutrition and the power of individual beliefs to influence personal health. She studied various spiritual techniques, coaching methods and energy modalities for over 25 years in search of answers to issues in her own life.

After freeing herself from illness, excessive weight and an unsupportive relationship, she wanted to help others find the freedom and happiness she now enjoys. As a result, Diane is passionate about helping those who are ready to transform their lives and attract the joy she feels is our birthright.

Since 2007, Diane has specialized in blending traditional coaching practices with spiritual truths to help clients release mental, physical and spiritual blocks to success in all areas of their life. She has studied the works of teachers like Dr. Wayne Dyer, Louise Hay, Byron Katie, Gary Renard, Michael Neill, Dr. Christiane Northrup, Joel Goldsmith, Gregg Braden, Catherine Ponder and Stuart Wilde among others. In recent years, Diane has studied with Dr. Joe Dispenza and  been certified by Dr. Robert Holden in "Coaching Success," "Coaching and the Enneagram" and participated in both his "Success Intelligence Mastermind" and "Love Centered Coaching Mastermind" programs. In 2017 Diane became a Certified High Performance Coach through Brendon Burchard's High Performance Institute.

Diane holds a BS in Mass Communications, an MBA, is a student of A Course In Miracles and the Enneagram as well as being certified in a variety of healing modalities.

Her first book, "How to Choose Love When You Just Want to Slap Somebody" was published by Balboa Press in August 2014. Her TV show, "Heart-Centered Success with Diane L Haworth" debuted in January 2018 in the Washington, DC area with episodes available on YouTube.

Diane lives with husband Joe and Rory the cat in the beautiful Virginia foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains and remains close to their four grown children and extended family.