Areas of Interest:
Anxiety & Stress Management
Racial, Ethnic & Cultural Identity
College Student Concerns
Latinx Mental Health
Initial Assessment: $60
Individual Therapy: $60
Offers In-Person Therapy:
Provides Teletherapy for Residents in:
Mondays: 12-6pm EST
Thursdays: 11am-7pm EST
Stephanie Gonzalez-Galvan, M.A.
I identify as a cishet Latina/Mexican American raised by two immigrant parents. I am a First-Generation College Student who understands the experience of steering through a higher educational system not designed for minoritized students. I am passionate about helping bicultural individuals navigate a collectivistic and individualistic world. I am bilingual and can provide therapy in Spanish, English, or both!
My Background & Approach:
My way of thinking is that sometimes you need more than just the “Sana Sana Colita de Rana” remedy. Therapy isn’t about pathology and symptoms but rather a safe place to explore yourself, work through challenges or strive for any personal goals you have set.
As for my theoretical approach, I draw from Cognitive-Behavioral, Interpersonal Process, and Relational Cultural Principles with an intersectional and social justice lens. Within our sessions, you can expect us to explore emotions, behaviors, thoughts, current and past experiences, and interpersonal relationships. These are just a few! While we may explore topics that may evoke different memories or emotions, I’ll ensure you are processing and healing in a safe, compassionate, and confidential environment.
A therapeutic process and experience are universal, but I assure you we will work together as we embark on this therapy journey. Whether we are increasing self-empowerment, working through trauma, interpersonal relationships, or generational trauma, we will work together to allow you to heal, grow and flourish.
I am a third-year doctoral student in Counseling Psychology at Auburn University. I have completed my degree requirements for an M.A. in Counseling Psychology. I am working under the supervision of Dr. Daphne Jones, Ph.D. My previous clinical experiences included individual and group therapy to students at Auburn University’s Student Counseling and Psychological Services.
In Progress: Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology, Auburn University; expected Spring 2026
M.A. in Counseling Psychology, Auburn University
M.ED. in Educational Studies, Johns Hopkins University
B.S. in Psychology, The University of Georgia
Professional Service & Membership
American Psychological Association of Graduate Students
Outside of my clinical work and graduate school, I love spending time with my family, my boyfriend, and our Aussie doodle, Rusell! I also love to spend quality time listening to music or podcasts, watching television, running, or going to the nearest boba cafe!