Angie Dion, LMFT

Angie Dion, LMFT


Clinical Supervisor

People Acting to Help, Philadelphia, PA                                                August 2018- present

Provide clinical supervision to community mental health professionals, oversee cases and attend to administrative tasks. Facilitate individual and group supervision.


Outpatient Therapist
Child Guidance Resource Centers, Havertown, PA                                 June 2013-June 2015
Provide therapy to children and their families. Create treatment plans. Participate in monthly individual and group supervision.


Family Based Therapist

Child Guidance Resource Centers, Havertown, PA                     September 2010- August 2018

Provide Ecosystemic Structural Family Therapy to children and their families within the home, school and community. Create treatment plans. Participate in weekly individual and group supervision.

Staff Enrichment Committee (SEC)                                            December 2010-present

SEC Treasurer                                                                         September 2011-present
Marketing Committee                                                                March 2012- present

Sexuality Education Co-facilitator                                             April 2012- April 2013

Animal Assisted Therapy Pilot Program Coordinator                 January 2013-present


Teen Resource Center Coordinator/Case Manager

Child & Family Services, Manchester, NH                                 May 2006 – August 2008
Served as first point of contact for homeless and runaway youth.  Provided needs assessments, case management, basic needs provisions, and referrals to community organizations.   Supervised volunteers.  Responsibilities included: case management of clients, inventory and purchase of food, clothing and hygiene products as well as the daily operation of the Teen Resource Center. Coordinated maintenance and cleaning of the Teen Resource Center and the Street Outreach van.


Child Care Worker

New Morning School, Bedford, NH                                            August 2006 – June 2008

Supervised and provided recreational activities to children ages 5-12.


Basketball Coach

YWCA – Recreation Program, Manchester, NH                          October 2006- May 2007

Developed and implemented lesson plans to teach girls ages 8-12 the basics of basketball. Used gender specific lessons to give girls the basic skills and confidence they would need to try out and make a basketball team.


Assistant Program Coordinator

YWCA – Recreation Program,†Manchester, NH                         February 2004 – June 2005

Recruited new participants.    Developed advertisements. Created flyers and organized mailings. Supervised staff and assisted with activities.  Managed data and created statistical reports.


Assistant Program Coordinator

YWCA – Girls’ Program Center,†Manchester, NH                      September 2002- August 2003

Supervised staff and assisted with activities.  Managed data and created statistical reports.  Created flyers and organized mailings.  Communicated with parents about children.


Child Care Worker

YWCA Girls’ Program Center,†Manchester, NH            June 1999- September 2002

Developed and implemented lesson plans.  Supervised girls ages 6-12.


Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, PA                                                                         March 2013- present


American Association for Marriage and Family Therapists Approved Supervisor            Philadelphia, PA                                                                             September 2013-present
Provide clinical supervision to nonlicensed MFTs. Participate in supervision of supervision.



Mt. Airy Learning Tree

Philadelphia, PA                                                                                  October 2013

Family Relationships: Exploring your emotional baggage and cutting it loose.

Co-facilitate a course about helping people identify their triggers with family members. Teach course participants coping skills and better communication skills to handle these triggers and navigate their relationships more effectively.



Masters of Science in Couple and Family Therapy

Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA,                                        August 2010


Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

Minor in English Language and Literature

Southern NH University,†Manchester, NH                                             December 2005



Clinical Intern

Institute for Sex Therapy, Philadelphia, PA                                September 2009- August 2010

Provide therapy to clients, specifically for issues surrounding sexuality. Create treatment plans. Participate in weekly supervision.


Clinical Intern

Wayne Counseling Center, Wayne, PA                                       September 2009- August 2010

Provide therapy to clients, specifically to people who are gender variant or transgender.  Create treatment plans.  Co-facilitate groups for transgender youth and adults.  Participate in weekly supervision.


Clinical Intern
Council for Relationships, Philadelphia, PA                               December 2008- August 2010
Provide therapy to individuals, couples and families. Create treatment plans. Participate in weekly supervision.


Council for Relationships Alumni Association, Philadelphia, PA                    April 2012-present

Steering Committee Member

Organize CFR alumni, plan events and peer supervision. Maintain contact with all alumni.


Jefferson School of Health Professions Alumni Board, Philadelphia, PA       Sept 2011- present

Mentorship Committee Member

Distinguished Alumni Awards Committee Chair

Meet quarterly to represent the Couple and Family Therapy discipline on an interdisciplinary alumni board for the School of Health Professions.


Committee of Student Advisors, Philadelphia, PA                          September 2009 – May 2010

Meet monthly to represent the Couple and Family Therapy discipline and provide feedback and suggestions surrounding student issues to Thomas Jefferson University Administrative Offices.


Committee of Student Affairs, Philadelphia, PA                              September 2009- May 2010

Meet monthly to provide student recommendations regarding School and Departmental policies concerning academic achievement and progression.


Student Advisory Committee, Philadelphia, PA                               September 2009- May 2010

Meet monthly to represent the Couple and Family Therapy discipline and provide feedback and suggestions to the Office of Student Affairs.


Bookstore Advisory Committee, Philadelphia, PA                             October 2008- May 2010

Meet monthly to provide student feedback and suggestions to Bookstore staff.




Therapy Dogs International                                       

Philadelphia, PA                                                                                   February 2012-present

Lucien E. Blackwell West Philadelphia Library                                      June 2012- present

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP)                       September 2012-September 2015

Provide supportive and nonjudgmental interactions with a dog to patients and clients.


Survivor Outreach Program

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Philadelphia, PA             

Volunteer                                                                                             March 2011- July 2015
Program Coordinator                                                                            July 2012- July 2014

Provide support and resources to people who have lost a loved one to suicide. Organize volunteers, be first point of contact for families when scheduling visits, maintain program paperwork and communicate with Regional Director about needs of program.


Kids Group Co-facilitator

Cancer Support Community, Philadelphia, PA                           March 2011-May 2011

Provided education and support to children who had family members affected by cancer.


Dog Runner

Monster Milers/PAWS, Philadelphia PA                                     February 2011-October 2012

Run shelter dogs to provide them with exercise. When the dogs have proper exercise, they are calmer, less anxious and more likely to be adopted.


Shelter Volunteer
Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society (PAWS). Philadelphia, PA      March 2009 – June 2009

Clean cages, walk dogs, feed animals, and provide assistance to staff where needed.


Hotline Volunteer

The Samaritans, Keene, NH                                          September 2007- December 2007

Provided a listening ear, support and resources to callers of the hotline who were struggling with suicidal ideation or self harm.



Learn to Read/Pro-Literacy America, Manchester, NH                           April 2007- July 2008

Developed and implemented lesson plans to assist client in further understanding of basic reading and writing skills.


Animal Assisted Therapy

Delta Society/Catholic Medical Center, Manchester, NH            October 2006- March 2008

Visited patients in the rehabilitation unit. Coordinated with staff to work with patients on gross and fine motor skills, i.e.: have patient brush and pet dog with left hand that was affected by a stroke.



American Association for Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT)


American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT)



Achievement Award for Student Life, Thomas Jefferson University, May 2010