College of Education and Allied Professions
Loidaly González-Rosario is an assistant professor in the Counseling Program at Western Carolina University. She is originally from Puerto Rico, was raised in Miami, FL where she got her bachelors in Elementary Education and a Masters in Professional Counseling from Florida International University. Her work centers around social justice advocacy, community action, and supporting culturally and linguistically diverse students in the public school system. She uses the Multicultural and Social Justice Counseling Competencies to ground her work. Loidaly strives to uplift the voices of youth and families in research and advocates for families across systems.
- Multicultural Counseling Practice<br>- Counseling Skills<br>- Group Counseling Skills<br>- Global Perspectives in Counseling<br>-Professional School Counseling
- Socioemotional Wellbeing of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students<br>- Social Justice Advocacy in Counseling<br>- Nonverbal Creative Counseling Practice<br>- Play Therapy