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Camille Diamond, LCSW

Camille Diamond, LCSW


Licensed in NJ #44CS06286000
Insurances Accepted: Aetna, Cigna/Evernorth
I am an open-minded, nonjudgmental, kink-friendly, and ethical non-monogamy-informed therapist.

My Therapy Style

I provide a warm and welcoming environment. I am an open-minded, nonjudgmental, kink-friendly, and ethical non-monogamy-informed therapist. I work collaboratively with individuals to develop coping skills, support Clients through life transitions, aid in personal growth, and work towards positive changes in life and relationships.

Education & Training

MSW - Social Work, Syracuse University

Get to Know Me

Why did you become a mental health professional?

I became a mental health professional to create positive change in my community. I grew up in Brooklyn NY and saw many people working through a variety of life struggles on a daily basis. As I child, I always wondered what I could do to empower others and support them in reaching their goals. I quickly learned I found joy in listening to their stories and helping people solve their problems. This joy grew into learning about my community resources and becoming an active change agent. t is the most fulfilling work I could ever see myself doing and I truly enjoy doing it every day.

What are your interests outside of work?

I love plants! I am an avid plant enthusiast. I grow flowers and vegetables in my outdoor garden. My house is as close to a jungle as I can get it. I love learning about new plants and ways to care for the plants I already have. I constantly give pieces of my plants as gifts and enjoy helping others how to care for plants they have picked up recently.

What is one thing you do daily that supports your well-being?

To support my mental and emotional well-being I try to stay active. I will go to the gym, take a walk, or do a workout video at home to de-stress and get my blood flowing. This, and a cup of coffee, is essential to my overall emotional well-being.

How do you recharge?

I recharge by spending time alone practicing mindfulness skills. I enjoy experiencing nature, touching the grass, taking care of plants, and breathing in fresh air. I find I need time alone after being with people to just center myself and recharge my social battery.