Montserrat Gil, M.A.
Montserrat Gil, MA, is a third-year graduate student at Alliant International University and she holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology. Before beginning her graduate studies, she worked as a behavioral technician with Autism Learning Partners and is currently a registered behavioral technician (RBT). She has vast experience working with and treating young children and adolescents and their parents and families in a variety of settings, including outpatient clinics, juvenile detention facilities, school districts, and community/home based settings. Montserrat also has training in psychological and diagnostic testing with the Regional Center, a local non-profit agency, and in private practice under the supervision of Mark Barnes, PhD.
Montserrat is passionate about early intervention of Adverse Childhood Experiences. She is currently engaged in research on the topic of ACEs. She also has experience and has a devoted drive for trauma-informed care, and child and play therapy in general. Ms. Gil understands children are typically innocent and often have a need for guidance, structure, love, and support. Ms. Gil enjoys interacting with young children and she finds these interactions particularly natural and instinctive for her. She primarily works with school-age children, adolescents, and adults and treatment typically is focused on related to attention deficit disorder, depression, parenting, anxiety, regulation, and developmental issues.
Montserrat is registered with the state of California as a Psychological Assistant and is under the supervision of Dr. Mark Barnes, PhD (PSY14397).