Margaret Dunn is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a specialization in traumatic stress. She provides assessment and treatment to people who have experienced various forms of physical, sexual and psychological abuse, including survivors of human trafficking. Ms. Dunn received a master’s degree in Social Work from Simmons Graduate School of Social Work. She completed a certificate program in Traumatic Stress Studies offered through the Trauma Center. The emphasis of her work has been with immigrant communities, with a focus on serving Latino immigrant children and families. She has worked as a supervisor for an in-home therapy program providing services to under-resourced communities. Ms. Dunn has served as an Adjunct Faculty member for the Boston College Graduate School of Social Work. Before focusing on clinical work, Ms. Dunn held senior non-profit management positions, including as executive director of a youth development organization. She was also a board member, including Vice President and Capital Campaign Chair, for a Boston-based community center and volunteered as a foster parent for the Animal Rescue League of Boston.
Ms. Dunn currently works as a school counselor, serving the socio-emotional needs of children. She is a consultant with Project REACH, an Office of Victims of Crime-funded program designed to offer crisis mental health services to victims of human trafficking, including psychological evaluations.