Dioselina Ruiz Godbold is a mental health professional trained in Caracas, Venezuela. With studies in philosophy from the Catholic University, studies in psychoanalysis from the Caracas Psychoanalytic Society, a Bachelors degree in psychology and a graduate diploma in psycho-oncology from Caracas Metropolitan University. She is currently pursuing her counselor license in the State of South Carolina through her Masters Degree at the Myrtle Beach Campus of Webster University.
She has been passionate about the development of programs for the promotion of reading, bilingualism, and students with ADD/ADHD. She has been successful as a coordinator of projects and teams oriented to plan, restructure, and design psychosocial support programs for students, low-income sectors, and health care facilities.
For the last ten years, she has been dedicated to providing real solutions to help people overcome obstacles through knowledge, assertiveness, and creative approaches to problem solving. Along with a multicultural and bilingual background, her experience leading projects and working with children, adolescents, and adults using a variety of theoretical perspectives in private practice, governmental organizations, and private corporations gives her a unique professional perspective.
She was raised between Omaha, NE, Binghamton, NY, and Caracas, Venezuela where she was born. She now lives in Myrtle Beach, SC. She pursues and advocates for mental, physical, social, emotional, and spiritual growth grounded in core values. She believes that growth occurs through introspection and awareness combined with ethical living. This creates balance and contributes to healthy individuals, families, organizations, and communities.