Carlos Ramos, PhD in MFT


Dr. Ramos earned his BA in psychology from Florida International University, his Masters in Movement Science from Barry University, and his PhD in Marriage and Family Therapy from Nova Southeastern University. As a board certified behavior analyst, Dr. Ramos worked with the foster care population in South Florida for approximately ten years. He also specializes in medical family therapy, in which he incorporates relational hypnosis in the treatment of a wide range of clinical problems. Trained as a post-modern therapist, his theoretical orientation is grounded in Ericksonian and systemic concepts. Dr. Ramos’s research interests include systemic approaches, clinical hypnosis, single-session therapy, supervision and training, multicultural therapy, and qualitative research. He is an assistant professor in the psychology department at Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio. Dr. Ramos is also the program co-director of the MS in Psychology with a Concentration in Marriage and Family Therapy, and the certificate co-director of Psychological Services for Spanish Speaking Populations.