Evamar Gonzalez, B.A.
I received my bachelor's in psychology from the American University in Washington D.C. and I am pursuing my doctorate in clinical psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University, Fresno.
I have a clinical interest in working with autistic individuals, as well as, individuals with a history of trauma. My clinical experiences include working with clients with a variety of diagnoses, including autism, ADHD, depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, and PTSD. I have worked in a community clinic, a juvenile detention facility, and a probation connections center. I have conducted individual and group therapy for children/adolescents and adults. Additionally, I have experience conducting psychodiagnostic evaluations and diagnostic assessments. My current research focuses on compassion fatigue and negative bias effects on the therapeutic alliance within the forensic population.
I love to crochet and knit; my current project is to create creatures from different mythologies (one of my special interests). I love horror and sci-fi, and I like learning all sorts of random facts. I am also extremely passionate about animal/wildlife conservation and environmental activism.