Diane Palmer, APN
Diane Palmer, MSN, CNS, APN, ED.M, studied adult mental health and psychiatric nursing, as well as psychoeducational processes at Temple University. Palmer’s experience has been broad, as she has served a diversity of client populations in both the private and public sector.
Since 1973, Palmer has held a multitude of clinical, teaching, consultant, program design, and directing roles. These roles included: Clinical Nurse Specialist and Senior Addictions Therapist for Impaired Professionals at the University of Pennsylvania; Director of the Greystone Program at Friends Hospital, Philadelphia; Adjunct Clinical Faculty at Drexel University - College of Nursing; Clinical Associate for Rutgers College of Nursing; and much more.
Palmer’s treatment philosophy comprises holistic wellness, change theory, and recovery models, and her approach is collaborative, straightforward, and solution focused. She strives to establish therapeutic relationships with each client based upon honor, integrity, and respect to facilitate effective treatment and the best possible quality of care.