(1910–1979) Dolores Gonzalez Molina de la Caro was a pioneer in mental health training, public welfare, public health, school health, and university counseling in Puerto Rico. Born in a rural community where her father was a leader in local politics, she received social work training at the age of 19. At the rural vocational school to which she was assigned, her leadership abilities quickly emerged. She also studied at the New York School of Social Work and earned her master's degree in medical social work at the University of Chicago.
From Encyclopedia of Social Work in Oxford Reference.
Subjects: Social Work.