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Gabriela Valdivia
Gabriela Valdivia
Research Specialist, Center for Healthy Minds

Gabriela is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with a specialty in addiction and trauma treatment. In her clinical practice she treats a variety of different mental health conditions. Gabriela is working under close supervision of Dr. Simon Goldberg on the BeWell study. Her interest in research is guided by a desire to provide safe and effective treatment modalities for those struggling with mental health concerns. In both her personal and professional life Gabriela incorporates mindfulness practices to improve well-being.


M.S. Marriage and Family Therapy, Edgewood College

B.A. University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

What does well-being mean to me?

"Mindfulness is a way of relating to the world with a greater sense of internal peace and resolve."

Related Studies

Using Smartphone To Meditate

Evaluating the Healthy Minds Program Application in a Fully Remote Randomized Controlled Trial

Exploring whether meditation training via mobile technology (e.g., smartphones) could dramatically increase access to potentially beneficial practices.