Contact Diane Goullard

(602) 870-1000,


Monday to Friday 9:00 am to 9:00 pm + Saturday 9:00 am to 12:00 pm + 24/7 by appointment


(602) 870-1000


[email protected]


3104 E. Camelback Road, #124
Phoenix, AZ 85016-4502


North-West corner of 32nd Street & Camelback Rd., on the North side of Wells Fargo Bank, East of MidFirst Bank, on the West side of Biltmore ProPrint.

Please provide:

    Show Your Support!

    Please help French and English Communication Services by donating for one of the causes below.

    Donate directly to Diane Goullard, French and English Communication Services. Simply send a check or money order to 3104 E. Camelback Road, #124, Phoenix, AZ 85016-4502 USA.

    Your donations are greatly appreciated and will be put to good use–translating writings from French to English or English to French, purchasing materials to create more art, funding this website, or giving my time for a charitable purpose.


    Hire Diane Goullard for a French <> English translation… to house or pet sit… for something handmade, (602) 870-1000, [email protected]

    Donate to Arizona Animal Welfare League & SPCA, help create happy and healthy families for people and pets.

    Butterscotch, aka Scottie, born Sunday, August 5, 2012″

    Butterscotch was adopted November 10th from the Tempe Marketplace Petsmart.



    Donate to the International Cruise Victims Association, Inc. ICV gives a voice to individuals who have experienced crimes, rapes, or assaults aboard cruise ships and to the volunteers and friends who are aiding to reform the law.

    Donate to the American Cancer Society by purchasing handmade chemo caps.

    Show your support by purchasing my hand made Knits, Jewelry or Artwork! If you are interested in any product please contact me directly.

    Donate to UMOM, who’s New Day Centers’ mission is to provide homeless families and individuals with safe shelter, housing and supportive services to assist them in reaching their greatest potential.

    Donate for the CURE OF EPILEPSY. Many more years ago than I care to remember, one of my sisters, Lise, died of epilepsy. I miss her. It was a terrible shock for our parents to lose a child, and for her siblings to lose a sister. As her older sister, I felt powerless to cure her, or prevent the seizures. Since then, I have learned that there is help. You can donate to the Quebec Association, or the International League. We can collectively have faith that a cure exists, since we have at least one example of the healing of an epileptic boy in the Bible. We can learn and try to find cures for ourselves, as did Jim Abrahams, director of the 1997 drama with Meryl Streep, First Do No Harm, or if we feel led to understand at a deeper level with techniques, such as Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique.