Magda E. Rodriguez Gonzalez, Psy.D., received her undergraduate degree from Monmouth University and completed her Psy.D. at Argosy University in Washington, D.C. Her clinical internship was completed at Trinitas Regional Medical Center in New Jersey where she focused on DBT, Trauma Focused-CBT, and social phobia. Her postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Washington is under the mentorship of Marsha Linehan, Ph.D. Dr. Rodriguez Gonzalez is collaborating with Dr. Linehan on developing DBT educational and training materials for mental health professionals. Dr. Rodriguez Gonzalez has worked on DBT teams at both a hospital and an outpatient setting. She received DBT training and supervision from Marsha Linehan, Ph.D., Shari Manning, Ph.D., Kathryn Korslund, Ph.D., and Adam Payne, Ph.D. Dr. Rodriguez Gonzalez served as a research therapist on a DBT clinical research trial. She also has experience working with Friends and Family members of those suffering with BPD. Furthermore, she has been trained in effective treatments for OCD, Social Anxiety, and Hoarding. Her training and supervision on exposure and response prevention were under Charles Mansueto, Ph.D., Ruth Golomb, M.Ed., LCPC, Melanie Harned, Ph.D., and David Keuler, Ph.D. Dr. Rodriguez Gonzalez has over six years of international HIV/AIDS research experience. Her research and clinical work focus on suicidality, HIV/AIDS mental health issues and adherence, Hispanic population/ multiculturalism, and the dissemination of evidenced based treatments.