Mariaimee Gonzalez, M.Ed, Ph.D Candidate,
LPC Assistant Professor
Director of Clinical Studies
Counselor Education and Supervision
Office: 316 Webster Hall
Ph.D University of Missouri, St. Louis, candidate
M.Ed. University of Missouri, St. Louis, 2004
B.A. University of Missouri, St. Louis, 2002
Clinical Mental Health Practicum
Clinical Mental Health Internship
Foundations: The Helping Relationship
School Guidance Practicum
School Guidance Internship
Theories of Counseling
Techniques of Group Counseling
Working Alliance with Female Inmates
Animal Therapy for Prison Inmates
Relationship between Pathways of Crime and Mental Health
Counseling Implications when Working with Hispanics/Latinos
Women Studies (Intersectional Theory)
Human Rights (Domestic and International)
Natural Disaster and Emergency Relief Counseling
Social Justice and Social Advocacy within Counseling Profession
White Privilege among Counselors
Selected Presentations and Publications
2012. Current. Voices from behind bars: The working alliance? University of Missouri- St. Louis. Dissertation. Chair: Dr. S. Kashubeck-West.
2012. “Voices from behind bars: Can there be a working alliance?” American Counseling Association. San Francisco, CA.
2011. “Voices from Behind Bars: The Working Alliance with Female Inmates.” Association for Counselor Education and Supervision. Nashville, Tn.
2011. “In-class Experiential Training Lab.” Webster University. St. Louis, Missouri. First Annual Webster University Teaching Festival.
2011. "Advising Qualitative Research: Multiple Voices". University of Missouri- St. Louis 8th
Qualitative Research Conference. Invited Panel. Faculty voices: Wolfgang Althof, Matthew Davis, Virginia Navarro , University of Missouri-St. Louis; Alejandro Morales ,University of Missouri-Columbia. Student Voices: Alpha Thomas Bangura, Carolyn Brown, Teaching & Learning; Teaching & Learning; Maria Gonzalez, Counseling & Family Therapy; Desi Kirchhofer, Educational Leadership & Policy Studies