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Gonzalez, Manny J. | MSW | PhD

Director of the MSW Program & Associate Professor
Phone: (212) 396-7554
Office: 455
Email: manny.gonzalez@hunter.cuny.edu
Areas of Expertise:
Mental Health/Mental Illness
Application of Developmental and Psychodynamic Theories to Contemporary Clinical Practice
Health and Psychological Well-Being of Hispanics in the United States
Impact of Parental Mental Illness on Children
Relational and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy in Urban Contexts
Developmental and Psychodynamic Dimensions of Fatherhood and Fathering

Education:
Ph.D., Adelphi University
M.S.W., New York University

Courses:
Clinical Practice I, II, III and IV [Relational Psychotherapy]
Human Behavior and the Social Environment III [Psychopathology]
Evidence-Based Mental Health Practice
Education in Social Work [PhD Level Course]
Comparative Analysis of Psychodynamic Theories [PhD Level Course]

Scholarship



González, M.J. and Rosenthal Gelman, C. (2015). Clinical social work in the twenty-first century: A changing landscape. Clinical Social Work Journal, 43(3): 257-262.

Rosenthal Gelman, C. and González, M.J. (2015). Epilogue: A prospective view of contemporary clinical social work practice. Clinical Social Work Journal, 43(3), 334-336.

González, M.J. (2014). Mental health care of families affected by the child welfare system. Child Welfare Journal, 93(1), 7-57.

González, M.J.  and Colarossi, L. (2014).  Mood Disorders. In Gitterman, A. (Ed.), Handbook of social work practice with vulnerable and resilient populations (pp.117-140). 3rd Edition. New York: Columbia University Press.

González, M.J. (2013). Clinical social work practice with Hispanic clients: A relational-cultural approach. In. Rosenberger, J. (Ed.), Clinical social work practice with diverse populations: A relational approach (pp. 95-106). New York: Springer.