Adriana Laura González Ph.D.

Faculty - Clinician

Biographical Info

Dr. Adriana L. González received her Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Hunter College – City University of New York. During her undergraduate years she was involved in research and received a fellowship from the National Institute of Mental Health and became a McNair scholar. After graduation, Adriana worked with Dante Cicchetti and Sheree Toth at Mt. Hope Family Center - University of Rochester conducting research and clinical work with maltreated children and adolescents, and received her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. After completing a predoctoral and postdoctoral fellowship at Yale University, she joined the faculty as a clinician at the Yale Child Study Center - Outpatient Psychiatric Clinic for Children.


International Activity

  • Red IberoAmericana de Apego (RIA)
    Latin America and Spain, (2009)
    Committee Member of the Iberian-American Attachment Network The purpose of this organization is to promote the development and well-being of children in Iberi-America, guided by attachment theory principles and centered in research, public policy, and the further development of clinical interventions, as well as professional growth.

Education & Training

M.A.
University of Rochester (2007)
Ph.D.
University of Rochester (2009)
Predoctoral Fellow
Yale University, Child Study Center (2008 - 2009)
Postdoctoral Fellow
Yale University, Child Study Center (2009 - 2010)

Honors & Recognition

  • National Institute of Mental Health–Career Opportunities in Research
    NIMH (2001)
  • McNair Scholar
    McNair (2002)
  • Scholarship and Welfare Fund of the Hunter College Alumni Association
    Hunter College Alumni Association (2002)

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