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 co-director of a university-based family counseling clinic providing 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 is Co-PI on a 4-year $807,000 Health Resources & Services Administration Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training Grant. She was recognized in 2017 with the Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Outstanding Teaching Award, the Pine-Biggs ASERVIC Journal Award, and the Engagement Scholarship Consortium Emerging Engagement Scholar Award. 

Dr. Lloyd-Hazlett’s research interests include cognitive development, pedagogy in counselor education and supervision, professional ethics, and integrated healthcare. Currently projects include counseling students’ constructions of ethical client referrals, gatekeeping in counselor education, and primary care behavioral health. She also facilitates professional workshops about using improvisational comedy to enhance clinical practice, communication, and teamwork. Dr. Lloyd-Hazlett enjoys learning with her colleagues and students through creative collaborations.