Diana-Christine Teodorescu is currently completing her doctorate degree in Leadership with a focus on historic and race-based trauma, epigenetics, human inclusion, personal growth, community healing, and social justice. She holds a master’s degree in Counseling and Psychology, and a post-master’s certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy.
Diana-Christine has worked with people and organizations in a variety of settings since 1997. She utilizes a strengths-based, collaborative perspective, incorporating systems, as well as servant and transformational leadership development theories. She has worked extensively with complex trauma; and integrates an attachment-attunement, neuroscience, interpersonal neurobiology, human development, and systems-based perspective. Specialty areas include strategic planning, process facilitation; collaborative dialogue; leadership, management, personnel, and program development; instructional design; cultural competence, implicit bias, and inclusion; coaching; peace mediation; and healing. Creativity, imagination, and play are essential adjunctive tools that are incorporated in any process. In addition, she collaboratively consults, teaches, presents, and provides training and/or hosts conversations in educational systems, communities, and businesses entities locally and nationally.