Diane Gutierrez, LMFT

Psychotherapist/ Counselor

Diane Gutierrez  


Alumni of: Santa Clara University
Honorific Prefix: LMFT
Given name: Diane
Family Name: Gutierrez
Honorific Suffix: Psychotherapist/ Counselor
Job Title: Marriage and family therapist
Affiliation: SavantCare
Phone number: 650 690 2DOC (362)
Fax number: 650 590 4938
Languages: English and Spanish
Email: dg.admin@savantcare.com


  • Providing solution-based therapy for handling problems like:
    • Conduct Disorder
    • Substance Abuse
    • Separation Anxiety Disorder
    • PTSD
    • Acculturation Problems
    • Personality Disorder
    • Bulimia
    • Suicidal Ideation
    • Major Depressive Disorder
    • Autism-Spectrum Disorder
  • Treatment Orientation
    • Play therapy
    • Art therapy
    • DBT therapy
    • Trauma-focused counseling
    • Motivational interviewing
    • Cognitive behavioral therapy
    • Narrative therapy
    • Process therapy
  • Conducting psychoeducational classes on: Healthy Sleeping, ADHD, Couple Communication, Anger Management, Stress Management, Handling Depression, Anxiety Management



Admin assistant
Name: Michelle
Phone: 6502753138
Email: dg.admin@savantcare.com

Affiliations and certifications

  • M.A in counseling psychology from Santa Clara University
  • Completed M.A in Spanish from San Jose State University

Worked at

  • Mental Health Therapist at Gardner Mental Health Clinic and Community Health Awareness Council
  • On-call Health Education Instructor at Kaiser Permanente
  • Marriage Family Therapist Intern at Process Therapy Institute
  • Mental Health Therapist at Community Health Awareness Council
  • Mental Health Therapist at Chamberlain’s Mental Health Clinic


  • LMFT (August 2016)

Hello and welcome! My name is Diane Gutierrez and I wanted to share with you a little bit about myself. I have a passion for therapy work. In my time off I enjoy watching movies, going for road trips, reading books, trying out new restaurants, and drinking a delicious cup of coffee while engaging in a wonderful conversation.

Do you find yourself yearning for better relationships with your spouse, friends or family members? Do you worry about your job or your life overall and does this keep you up at night? I want to tell you that therapy is a wonderful and safe place to figure out and discover new ways to approach and relate to old problems, and let go of what hasn’t worked for you. My goal is to help you live more meaningfully and joyfully. I will start by asking you what you want from therapy and our time together.

I will listen to you in a non-judgemental way. In our work together you will discover new ways to think about old problems and you will begin to become aware of your negative automatic thoughts and you will begin to replace them with more compassionate, helpful, positive thoughts.