Rosa Maria De Prado Gonzalez, MA
MA Systemic Marriage and Family Therapy
Rosy De Prado is originally from Mexico City and immigrated to the United States in 2013. She has a trajectory of 15 years in community work and public health work as a family therapist. She was supervisor, trainer and MH Director in Santa Ana, CA for LHA, a non-profit for prevention, education, and early intervention for immigrant families. Rosy designed and distributed a psychoeducational model for youth with Diabetes and their families. She is the co-founder of a Systemic therapy School in Guadalajara, Mexico. She has 18 years of experience in private practice in Mexico and the last 4 years in the USA. She has been faculty at diverse Universities in Mexico and Adjunct Faculty at the Seattle University. Rosy De Prado is a former board director for the American Family Therapy Academy and a Clinical Fellow and Supervisor Candidate for the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
Rosy De Prado has the following publications: 2017, De la compasión a la acción: prácticas comunitarias en Latino Health Access. Co-Authored: America Bracho, Ginger Lee, Gloria Giraldo, Rosa Maria De Prado. Hesperian(Editor). 2017, Prácticas Narrativas y Comunitarias en contextos de enfermedad crónica: Proyecto MODIAJ. Chapter in Book: Prácticas de terapia narrativa. Voces latinoamericanas tejiendo relatos preferidos. Ítalo Latorre-Gentoso (Ed.). PRANAS(Editor). 2015, Recruiting the Heart and Training the Brain: The Work in Latino Health Access. Co-Authored: America Bracho, Ginger Lee, Gloria Giraldo, Rosa Maria De Prado. Hesperian(Editor). 2011, Día a Día Diabetes: Integrando la diabetes a tu vida. Visión e Impresión S.A de C.V(Editor). 2011, Hand Book: Se buscan domesticadores de MODIAJ. Cuaderno de Trabajo para niños & jovenes . Co-Authored: Rosa Maria De Prado& Carolina Gonzalez Rocha. Editorial Impresos y Revistas S.A de C.V(Editor). 2010, Journal Article: Celos. Pequeño Diccionario. Co-Authored with Grupo Valle de Bravo; Revista Psicoterapia y Familia. Vol 22, pag.24-33. Dec, 2009. Mexico City, Mexico.