Carol GomEz, lCSW
Languages Spoken: English, Malay, Bahasa Indonesia
Born and raised in Malaysia, Carol moved to the US for her B.A in Women’s Studies and Int’l Development from Mount Holyoke College. She received her MSW from Simmons College in Boston.
In 2002, she founded and served as Executive Director of MataHari: Eye of the Day, a multi-award winning Boston-based organization working to end violence, exploitation and human rights abuses impacting primarily BIPOC women and immigrant workers. Carol had been an adjunct faculty at Boston College School of Social Work, served on the Board of United for a Fair Economy, the Resist Foundation and was appointed to the Massachusetts Governor’s Council on Domestic and Sexual Violence.
After over two decades of braving the winters of New England, Carol is warmed and delighted to call Los Angeles home. She is the principal at Hearts and Minds Solidarity Counseling, LLC where she offers trauma responsive therapy, somatic healing and EMDR modalities, conducts forensic psychological evaluations for asylum seekers and survivors of violence and provides expert witness testimony in court.
She served as Clinical Director at the Program for Torture Victims in Los Angeles and Orange County from 2015 – 2022 and priot to that provided child and family therapy at the Violence Intervention Program Community Mental Health Center (VIP-CMHC) and trauma therapy for victims of crime at Casa de la Famila.
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