Geena Lovallo, MA
Geena Lovallo, MFT is a Marriage and Family Therapist associate candidate in the state of Connecticut. She completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology from University of Bridgeport, and went on to get her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Southern Connecticut State University, which is COAMFTE accredited.
Geena has had clinical training at The Family clinic on campus seeing individuals and couples in a private practice setting. She also received clinical training off site at an addiction agency in CT where she worked with adult men and women with substance abuse/co-occurring mental health disorders. She has experiencing facilitating intensive outpatient patient substance abuse groups, as well as, facilitating anger management groups. When she is not seeing clients at the clinic, she is receiving training for the Fathers for Change research study at Yale's Child Study Center Study and being trained in the Duluth model to help adult men work through domestic/intimate partner violence.
Geena was trained as a systems thinker and believes everyone has the strength and power to change their life in meaningful ways. She is a client-centered therapist with a warm presence and open mind when working with all individuals. She has worked predominately with a diverse adult male population but continues to broaden her scope by taking professional development trainings to be able to serve clients of all ages.
Geena believes in the inherent value of each individual and has a passion of the healing of those who have been marginalized or mistreated due to their identities. She helps clients find clarity and peace in who they are and hope for the future.