Nayeli Gonzalez


I earned my Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services from Hope International University. I then went on to further my education at the University of Massachusetts Global where I graduated with a Master’s Degree in Social Work. Over the course of my career, I have encompassed roles within non-profit organizations, inpatient psychiatric hospitals, and group practice settings addressing addiction, persistent mental illness, homelessness, and re-entry into the community. In addition, I have delivered court-ordered services and have conducted individual, family, and group psychotherapy. I take a client-centered approach that fosters resilience and empowerment.

Practice Philosophy

My psychotherapeutic approach is deeply rooted in empathy, understanding, and respect for the individuality of each person. I encompass their unique experiences, identity, and background. I firmly believe in the transformative potential of tailoring treatment to align with the individual needs and preferences of the client’s I serve. Through a combination of evidence-based and culturally sensitive practices, I work collaboratively with my clients to help them navigate challenges and walk with them through their healing journey.