Diane Dodge is an Assistant Clinical Professor in Social Work at the Yale Child Study Center. Diane has been at the Child Study Center since 1990 where she worked as a clinician in the outpatient department seeing children, adolescents, and families and supervising post masters Social Work and predoctoral Psychology Fellows. She was one of the first clinicians who worked in collaboration with the New Haven Police Department in what is known as the Child Development Community Police Project. Clinicians responded to scenes of crimes in which children were exposed to violence or had been a victim of trauma. Diane has continued to work within the trauma field both as a clinician and supervisor. She developed and ran an afterschool program for young adolescents involved in the juvenile justice system and along with a social work colleague coordinated a treatment program for children and families involved with the Yale Sexual Abuse Clinic. Her most recent responsibility was as a clinical supervisor in an intensive home-based service for at risk and substance abusing adolescents.
Education & Training
- MSWUniversity of South Florida (1985)