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Ronie Gomes

Black/Afro Latino Identity and Acculturation in the US 

Ronie GomesRonie Gomes was born in Nicaragua and relocated to South Florida over 30 years ago. She completed her M.S. degree in Marriage & Family Therapy, and her Ph.D. in Marriage & Family Therapy at Nova Southeastern University. Ronie is currently an Adjunct Professor at Nova Southeastern University College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences and Broward College.

Ronie's 20 years of clinical experience includes not just family issues, but work with couples and individuals as well. Some of the areas of concern that she has addressed include: Anger, Loss, Depression, HIV/AIDS, Parenting, ADD/ADHD, Anxiety, Developmental issues, Adolescent Concerns, Identity Issues, Blended Families and any other areas of concerns that affect families. Ronie's past positions as both a Psychoeducational Counselor and Family Counselor allowed her the opportunity to provide group counseling to HIV-infected individuals and teach life skills and family empowerment to those suffering from eating disorders. 

Being equally fluent in both Spanish and English only highlights Ronie's knowledge of diversity and multicultural issues. She provides services in both languages. Ronie is a Registered Marriage & Family Intern (IMT 1157) working towards licensure.

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