Dionis works in the men’s intensive outpatient program and the adolescent treatment program at Curran Seeley Foundation. He has a diverse clinical background working in residential facilities, mental health agencies, as well as agencies that work with victims of domestic/sexual abuse. Dionis is passionate about mental health and advocating its importance and understanding in the Jackson Hole community. A provisionally licensed clinician, Dionis received a Masters of Social Work from the Northwest Nazarene University and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Brigham Young University. Dionis enjoys a variety of sports, such as soccer, basketball, volleyball and ping-pong. His truer passions include traveling and Mediterranean cuisine.