Dr. Glenda Trabal received her Philosophy Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.) in Psychological Counseling from the Inter American University of Puerto Rico in 2015. She completed her Doctoral Internship at ROVICO Health Care Consulting Services, Inc. and as Assistant Professor in the Psychology graduate program from the Inter American University, San German Campus. She has worked and collaborated with the Puerto Rico Special Education Program. In 2016, she completed her Post-Doctoral residency in Central Florida, providing mental health counseling and conducting psychological evaluations with children, adolescents and adults. The same year, she provided mental health counseling to survivors of the Pulse nightclub tragedy and to the families of the victims. Her clinical experience includes more than 10 years providing mental health counseling to patients with ADHD, behavioral disorders, autism, depression, anxiety, and other mood-related disorders. Dr. Trabal also has experience as an examiner for the State of Florida Office of Disability Determinations. Over the years, Dr. Trabal has continued to expand her knowledge in several areas such as the neuropsychology of learning disorders, sensory processing disorders, eating disorders, brain base trauma, child abuse, substance and alcohol abuse, suicide prevention, the Baker Act, and the LGBTQ community. She is bilingual in English and Spanish.