Trevor Mullineaux is an Author, Talk Show Host, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT), and ICEEFT Certified Emotionally Focused Therapist (EFT) Supervisor.
She specializes in relational therapy. Self-help is only part of the path to wellness. Trevor believes that our well-being is profoundly affected by the quality of our relationships. Her aphorism “We Help” is supported by her testament, “When our connections with those surrounding us are safe and inclusive, we thrive.” In her 2013 book published by New Horizon Press, Forging Healthy Connections: How Relationships Fight Illness, Aging and Depression, Trevor’s theory is proven by science: the healthier our relationships are, the healthier we are physically, living longer and more productively.
Trevor believes that we are all equipped with an inner drive to flourish. She says healing is possible when individuals feel they are not alone in their plan. Understanding that our behaviors and assumptions can negatively affect us and those around us is a crucial piece of how we are in the world.
Her diverse educational background began at Wellesely College where she received a BA, which then led to a BS from Parson’s School of Design. Trevor went on to earn a Master’s degree from Fairfield University in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT), where she serves on the board for the Marriage and Family Therapy Master’s Program. Following her completion from the MFT program at Fairfield, Trevor opened her private practice and earned her licensure. She is a founding member of the New York Center for Emotionally Focused Therapy and currently holds board positions on the Pequot Library and NPR affiliate WSHU. In addition to her professional degrees, Trevor went on to receive an MBA from Harvard Business School.
She has made several appearances throughout the country as a guest speaker to address a number of topics around parenting and relationships.
Trevor has appeared as a guest speaker on “Anderson” and “The Bill Cunningham Show”. She has her own talk radio show on revolutionizing relationships and hosts a YouTube Channel series titled “Keeping Connected with Trevor Crow”. Trevor has interviewed numerous modern day intellectuals, scientists, notable psychologists, and authors in the field of relationships.
She currently resides in Connecticut with her husband and children. In her down time Trevor enjoys yoga, lots of hugs from her loved ones, trips to the beach, and winter sports.
Founder of New England Emotionally Focused Therapy
Founding Member of New York Center Emotionally Focused Therapy
Trevor is board member of the Pequot Library and serves as Secretary of the Executive Committee.
She is co-chair of the Development Committee and is a member of the Capital Campaign Committee and the Pequot Contemporaries.
Trevor has also served as a board member of the Ackerman Institute for the Family. Ackerman is a leader in research and training for Marriage and Family Therapists globally. Additionally, Ms. Crow served as a member of the Board of Directors for the Domestic Crisis Center of Norwalk, where she co-chaired the annual spring luncheon of 2009.