Rosa Maria De Prado Gonzalez, MA
MA, Systemic Marriage and Family Therapy
AAMFT Approved Supervisor Candidate
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.