Dr. Mary Tinucci comes to Walden with 30 years of clinical social work practice experience and 15 years of teaching in social work education. She lives in St. Paul, Minnesota. Dr. Tinucci began teaching at Walden in May, 2018.
DSW, St. Catherine University/University of St. Thomas
MSW, The College of St. Catherine/University of St. Thomas
Minnesota Department of Human Services : Committee on Youth at Risk of Homelessness, Committee Member - St. Paul
Adjunct Faculty Council: The University of St. Thomas, Committee Member - St. Paul
Awards / Honors
, St. Paul Public Schools - School Counselor Association, 1999
, University of Minnesota and Hospitals and the GLBT Employee Network, 1995
, Family and Friends of GLBT People in Catholic Education, 1996
Tinucci, M. (2018). Reflections on the Impact of Privilege, Marginalization, and Story on My Social Work Practice, Research, and Pedagogy . lections: Narratives of Professional Helping
Tinucci, M. (2014). Recipe for me: Using poetry to support the social-emotional health of youth in special education.
Hicks, B. (2014). Increasing school stability for students in foster care: Lessons learned from Saint Paul, Minnesota. CW360
Tinucci, M. (2014). A World of Possibilities.
Tinucci, M. (1999). Safe schools training manual: Meeting the needs of GLBT youth.
Tinucci, M. E. (2018). Poetry as Pedagogy in Social Work Education. NAPT
Tinucci, M. (2017). Increasing Understanding Improving Care for LGBTQ Youth. . Greater Minnesota Family Services
Tinucci, M. (2016). Beyond the Binary: Understanding the Difference and Fluidity of Gender and Sexuality. Volunteers of America Minnesota and Wisconsin
Tinucci, M. (2016). Navigating Ethical Challenges in Group Work Practice. School of Social Work: St. Catherine University/University of St. Thomas
Tinucci, M. (2014). Educational Stability of Children/Youth in Foster Care.
Tinucci, M. (2003). Spoken Word Poetry: An Innovative Way to Work with Urban Youth.