Cynthia González, Ph.D.
Professor and School Psychology M.S. Program Director
Office: Moye 414
Phone: 210-434-6711 extension 8152
Ph.D., 1989, Texas A&M University (School Psychology/Educational Psychology)
M.Ed., 1980, Southern Methodist University (Bilingual/Bicultural Studies)
B.S., 1976, Pan American University (Education)
Clinical Interests: Assessment and intervention with children, adolescents, and their families; consultation and collaboration with community and educational organizations, Spanish speaking services.
Research Interests: Bilingual psychological services, problems among bilingual populations, Hispanics and higher education, acculturation and assimilation issues, behavioral and emotional disorders in childhood.
Courses Taught: Psychoeducational Assessment, Psychological Assessment, Operational and Organization of Schools, Ethics and Professional Practice, Consultation in the Schools, School Psychology Practicum and Internship, Language and Psychosocial Variables in Assessment and Therapy with Latino Populations.
- Biever, J. L., Castaño, M. T., González, C., Levy-Navarro, R., Sprowls, C., & Verdinelli, S. (2004). Spanish-Language Psychotherapy: Therapists' Experiences and Needs. Advances in Psychology Research, Volume 29 . pp. 157-182. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers
- Biever, J. L., Castaño, M. T., de las Fuentes, C., González, C., Servín-López, S., Sprowls, C. & Tripp, C. G. (2002) The role of language in training psychologists to work with Hispanic clients. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 33, 330–336.