Dr. Gonzalez is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in behavior change theory for people with HIV, acculturation stressors, and organizational psychology. For the past 10 years, her work has emphasized the translation of behavior change science into practice.
She has consulted as a clinical psychologist for the University of Washington, N. Virginia Primary Care Mental Health Collaborators, and the Treatment Implementation Collaborative. She conducted externships at Chase Brexton Health Services, Associated Clinical Services, Behavioral Therapy Center of Greater Washington. Dr. Conzalez has published numerous manuscripts on treatment, mindfulness, and community engagement. She is developing and implementing training programs for the Treatment Implementation Collaborative.
Dr. Gonzalez has more than five years of international experience applying behavior change theory to the communication of policy for HIV/AIDS research programs funded by the National Institutes of Health Division of AIDS. She spearheaded site training in more than a dozen health facilities of Africa, Asia, South America and the Caribbean. Dr. Gonzalez also conducts organizational analysis and designs strategic plans for behavior change. She has worked as a translator and is fluent in English and Spanish. She lives in Maryland.
Clinical Psychology License MD#05341