Paul Levantino


Paul is a graduate of Southern Connecticut State University’s Marriage and Family therapy program. His resume includes clinical experience as Clinical Faculty member at Yale University’s Child Study Center and Clinical Supervisor at Wheeler Clinic’s Multidimensional Family Therapy (MDFT) program.

Paul received post-graduate training in Gottman Level 1 Couples Therapy, the Theraplay Institute’s Marschak Interaction Menthod (MIM), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and the International OCD Foundation. He has presented at conferences including True Colors and Transcending Boundaries. Currently he divides his time between private practice work (New Haven & Branford) and as an Adjunct Faculty member at SCSU, where he has mentored therapists-in-training since 2009.

In his teaching and clinical supervision roles, Paul strives to create a learning environment that is professional, personable and respectful so students can learn and integrate sound clinical theory with their individual styles and strengths. He is delighted to contribute his gifts to the department’s Family Therapy Clinic, a place that provides low cost, behavioral health services while educating students to join the ranks of Marriage and Family Therapists.