Psychology

Psychology Department Faculty

JOHN M. VELASQUEZ, PH.D

Associate Professor
Licensed Psychologist

Dr. Velasquez is a licensed psychologist with a background in clinical psychology. In the pursuit of his work as a professor, psychotherapist, and psychological evaluator, he encounters many people whose lives can benefit from psychological services. Often times, he is called in to work miracles in conflict resolution, problem-solving, advocacy and confronting social injustice.

Current teaching Areas (click on the subject to see syllabus)

Introduction to Psychology

Statistics for Behavioral Sciences

Theories of Psychotherapy

Multicultural Issues

Abnormal Psychology

Sports Psychology

Internship/Directed Practicum

 

Scholarship

Community Capacity Building

 Department of Housing & Urban Development Grant

Hispanic Serving Institution Assisting Communities

UIW/Presa Community Center Project

Parent Training & Academic Tutoring/Mentoring

        Effectiveness of multicultural training.

        Physician/patient communication.

        Hypnotizability of chronic pain populations.

        Effectiveness of service-learning pedagogies.

        Assessment and evaluation of community settings.

Clinical Practice

Psychotherapist: Presa Community Center (a United Way funded agency)

 

Graduate Training

        Texas A&M University: Doctor of Philosophy,

            Clinical Psychology, December 1995.

        University of Washington School of Medicine:

            Clinical  Internship, Rehabilitation Medicine, 1994-1995.

Undergraduate Training

        University of Texas at Austin: Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

Previous Position

        Baylor University: Assistant Professor of Psychology,

            Psy.D. Clinical Training Program (1995-1999)

Personal Interests

        Squash Racquets        

        Squash Pictures of Dr. Velasquez       

 

 

 


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