Dr.  Jessica Lloyd-Hazlett


     

Biography


Dr. Jessica Lloyd-Hazlett joined the Department of Counseling faculty in Fall 2014. She took her undergraduate degree at the University of Virginia and Master’s and Doctoral degrees at the College of William & Mary. She is a licensed professional counselor specializing in couples and family counseling. 

Prior to coming to UTSA, Dr. Lloyd-Hazlett served as the co-director of a university-based family counseling clinic that provides free services to more than 300 clients per year.  She is actively involved in a number of professional organizations including ACA, ACES, SACES, NBCC, CACREP, and Chi Sigma Iota. 

Dr. Lloyd-Hazlett’s research interests include cognitive development, pedagogy in counselor education and supervision, professional ethics, and culturally-informed family counseling services. Currently projects include counseling students’ constructions of ethical client referrals, gatekeeping in counselor education, integrated health care, and professional mentoring. Dr. Lloyd-Hazlett enjoys learning with her colleagues and students through creative collaborations.