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

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

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]


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.