Educational & Training Background

I graduated from Princeton University with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. I attended medical school at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine and completed adult psychiatry residency training at Cambridge Health Alliance/Harvard Medical School (CHA/HMS). Throughout my clinical training, I was committed to addressing behavioral health disparities. I focused my attention on meeting the health needs of the most clinically underserved persons in our communities, including those from cultural, racial, ethnic, immigrant, sexual, gender, religious/faith-based and socioeconomically disadvantaged minority groups.

Given my commitment to minority health, I participated in The Commonwealth Fund Fellowship in Minority Health Policy at Harvard University after completing adult psychiatry residency training. I also completed a Master of Public Health at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Health Policy. Through these academic opportunities, I gained a deeper understanding of the health policies, public health initiatives, and management practices within our healthcare delivery systems impacting historically marginalized populations. With this knowledge, I adapted my clinical practice to meet the needs of all individuals, particularly those belonging to underserved communities.

Gonzalez Psychiatry providing LGBTQ affirming mental health care, including medication management and therapy.

Professional Experience

Upon completion of the fellowship and master of public health, I returned to CHA/HMS as both a staff psychiatrist and the medical director of an adult behavioral health ambulatory clinic. My professional roles included the following responsibilities:

During my tenure at CHA/HMS, I was acknowledged for my teaching role, receiving awards for my contributions to medical education, including the Roeske Teaching Award by the American Psychiatric Association. I continue to supervise psychiatry residents, medical school students, and other mental health trainees.

Gonzalez Psychiatry providing mental health care through an intersectional lens.
Gonzalez Psychiatry providing Latinx medication management and therapy.

Moving Forward

Given my own identities and cultural upbringing, I understand how an individual's mental health can be shaped by lived experience. Over the past several years, I have had the opportunity to listen to thousands of individuals share their personal narrative as we work together to address their mental health challenges with concrete approaches and solutions

If you are considering establishing mental health treatment for yourself, I would appreciate the opportunity to speak with you and see how I may be of assistance. I wish you good health as you move forward.

Gonzalez Psychiatry providing virtual behavioral health care.