JOHN M. VELASQUEZ, PH.D
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)
Theories of Psychotherapy
Community Capacity Building
Hispanic Serving Institution Assisting Communities
UIW/Presa Community Center Project
Parent Training & Academic Tutoring/Mentoring
Effectiveness of multicultural training.
Hypnotizability of chronic pain populations.
Psychotherapist: Presa Community Center (a United Way funded agency)
Texas A&M University: Doctor of Philosophy,
Clinical Psychology, December 1995.
University of Washington School of Medicine:
Clinical Internship, Rehabilitation Medicine, 1994-1995.
University of Texas at Austin: Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Baylor University: Assistant Professor of Psychology,
Psy.D. Clinical Training Program (1995-1999)