The Child Guidance Center of Southern Connecticut, a non-profit agency providing professional mental health services to children, adolescents, and their families, has named Margaret Deluca, Denise Giordano-Powers and Edward Rosenthal to its board of directors.

Deluca, a resident of Darien, is a principal at Cummings & Lockwood LLC, where she focuses her practice in the fields of estate planning, family business succession planning, estate and trust administration and probate litigation. She was the recipient of the Connecticut Bar Association's 2010 Ladder Award for her contribution to women's leadership development. Deluca received her bachelor's degree in psychology, cum laude, from Princeton University and her J.D, cum laude, from Georgetown University Law Center.

Giordano-Powers, a resident of Stamford's Shippan Point, is a managing director in FX Precious Metals for UBS. In this role she is responsible for all client sectors for institutional-size trading for Precious Metals. Giordano-Powers was the first female trader for Swiss Bank in the Americas and has often been a guest on CNBC's "Round Table," and was a featured speaker on CNBC's American Stock Exchange precious metals update.

Rosenthal, a resident of Weston, is a consultant for Morgan's Hotel Group. For nearly a decade, Rosenthal built and opened several restaurants in New York City, which included the dispensation of more than $30 million in build-out capital. Prior to his restaurant and consulting career, he held a fellowship at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center doing bone marrow cancer research. Graduating from Yale with a degree in psychobiology, Rosenthal serves as a college admissions interviewer for the Yale College Admissions office.

The Child Guidance Center of Southern Connecticut is a non-profit mental health resource, serving children and teenagers in Stamford, Greenwich, Darien and New Canaan, both self referred and through referrals from schools, physicians, courts, and public and private human service agencies. CGC's clinical staff of psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, and marriage and family therapists work with more than 2,000 children annually, providing culturally competent and sensitive care to families representative of the rich ethnic mix of communities CGC serves. Preventative services are provided to youngsters, parents, and professionals through community education and consultation programs. Incorporated in 1954, CGC is supported by the Connecticut Department of Children & Families, Connecticut Office of Victim Crime Services, United Ways of Greenwich and Western Connecticut. CGC is a beneficiary of generous individual, foundation and corporate contributions. www.childguidancect.org.