Mary Dineen-Elovich, LCSW
Mary is Executive Director of Intentions Counseling and Clinical Training Center in Farmington, Connecticut. Mary’s clinical specialties include young children and adults with histories of trauma. Mary has trained internationally on neuroscience, attachment, vicarious trauma and attachment-based clinical supervision. Mary served as a clinical therapist and Program Coordinator of Klingberg Family Centers, Child Abuse Treatment Services Program for 10 years. Mary is Adjunct Faculty at the University of Saint Joseph’s graduate social work program. Mary is grateful to have found a balance between her love of clinical practice and teaching with her commitment for systemic change as a founding member of the Attachment Network of Connecticut (ANCT) and the Attachment Innovators of Connecticut (AICT). Working in Middletown, CT as co-chair of the Community Resilience Collaborative of Middlesex County, Mary is part of a multidisciplinary team educating community members on the science of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) and Resilience, to cultivate a shared understanding about the impact of trauma on developing brain architecture and physical health across the lifespan.