Gabrielle Carey

Dr. Gabrielle Carey is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and AAMFT Approved Supervisor www.aamft.org. She has over a decade of full-time clinical experience, co-authored the book, Hispanic Family Therapy: Toward Appreciating Diversity, and co-founded the group Hill Country Psychotherapy Associates in San Antonio, Texas.

In November 2010 she relocated to White Plains, NY. Her office is housed in the Family Institute of Westchester suite. Dr. Carey grew up in Sleepy Hollow, NY and feels like she is back home in Westchester.

Dr. Carey works with individuals, couples and families, and favors a brief narrative approach. Her specialty is couples counseling, and believes that primary relationships are worth salvaging and enhancing. She is dedicated to helping promote healthy relationships in her clients' lives.




Education


Ph.D. 2001 and M.A. 1996 in Marriage and Family Therapy

St. Mary's University at San Antonio, TX


1996 Externship Collaborative Therapy

Houston-Galveston Institute


B.A. 1981 Biological Sciences

Smith College, Northampton, MA


Experience

  • November 2010 - Present:

    Private Practice in Marriage and Family Therapy

    333 Westchester Ave. #106E White Plains, NY


  • May 2003 - October 2010:

    Co-Owner/Marriage and Family Therapist

    Hill Country Psychotherapy Associates, San Antonio, TX


  • Dec. 1994 - May 2003:

    Marriage and Family Therapist and Intern

    Marriage and Family Institute of San Antonio, TX


Prior to becoming a therapist, Dr. Carey taught middle school mathematics and science, and worked as a cancer research assistant.


Publications

Ambrose, H, Flores, M. T., & Carey, G. (2000). Chronic illnesses, family therapy and managed care, (pp. 229-250). Family therapy with Hispanics: Toward Appreciating Diversity. Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.


Carey, G. (1998). Competing Voices: A Narrative Intervention. In T. Nelson, & T. Trepper (Eds.), 101 Interventions in Family Therapy, Part II. New York: Haworth.


Carey, G. (2000). Culture Clash: Or Not? (pp.79-123). In M. T. Flores, & G. Carey, (Eds.), Family Therapy with Hispanics: Toward Appreciating Diversity. Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.


Carey, G. (2001). The Intersubjective Experience of Cultural Awareness: A Phenomenological Analysis of Narrative Interviews with Supervisors of Psychotherapy. Dissertation Abstracts (UMI Number 3008648).


Carey, G. (2001). Opening Plenary: The Future of Family Therapy. AFTA Newsletter, 23, pp. 7-8 .


Carey, G., Ratliff, D., & Lyle, R. (1998). Resilient Adolescent Mothers: Ethnographic Interviews. Families, Systems, & Health, 16(4), 347-364.


Carey, G. (2003). When the Problem Becomes a Gift. In L. Golden (Ed.), Case Studies in Marriage and Family Therapy. New York: Prentiss-Hall.


Flores, M., & Carey, G. (2000). Family Therapy with Hispanics: Toward Appreciating Diversity. Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.