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Diana-Christine Teodorescu, M.A.
Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership - Program Director, MA Marriage and Family Therapy - Adjunct Assistant Professor

(612) 238-4510
dteodore@smumn.edu

Diana Teodorescu received her Master’s degree from Saint Mary’s University in 1997 and a Post Master’s Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy in 1998. Diana has been working with children, adolescents, and families for 10+ years and has worked with a spectrum of clinical issue including trauma, sexuality and sexual health, family life cycle and transitional issues, grief and loss, adoption, foster care, and attachment. She incorporates the use of expressive tools such as play, sand-play, and art into the therapeutic process. Diana assisted in the development of the Play Therapy Certificate Program at Saint Mary’s University. Her time is spent as adjunct faculty at two universities and as a business owner of SomnioQuam, Inc. which provides consulting, training, clinical services, and professional coaching.

Diana-Christine Teodorescu, M.A.
Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership - Program Director, MA Marriage and Family Therapy - Adjunct Assistant Professor

(612) 238-4510
dteodore@smumn.edu

Diana Teodorescu received her Master’s degree from Saint Mary’s University in 1997 and a Post Master’s Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy in 1998. Diana has been working with children, adolescents, and families for 10+ years and has worked with a spectrum of clinical issue including trauma, sexuality and sexual health, family life cycle and transitional issues, grief and loss, adoption, foster care, and attachment. She incorporates the use of expressive tools such as play, sand-play, and art into the therapeutic process. Diana assisted in the development of the Play Therapy Certificate Program at Saint Mary’s University. Her time is spent as adjunct faculty at two universities and as a business owner of SomnioQuam, Inc. which provides consulting, training, clinical services, and professional coaching.