Counseling Faculty

 


Tamara Hinojosa, Ph.D. head shot Tamara Hinojosa, Ph.D., LPC
Associate Professor                                                                                      Department Chair
Tamara.Hinojosa@tamusa.edu 
210-784-2562 
Madla 336  
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Research and Scholarly Interests:

Use of narrative inquiry in counseling research
Impact of significant life turning points on identity development


 Michael Moyer, Ph.D. Moyer Headshot

 Professor                                                                                                               Associate Chair                                                                                               Michael.Moyer@tamusa.edu
 210-784-2589 
 Madla 336 
 Faculty Profile Page

 


Research and Scholarly Interests:

Ethical Decision Making
Non-Suicidal Self-Injury


Alana Collins, Ph.D. head shot Alana Collins, Ph.D.
Assistant Professional Track
Alana.Biediger-Collins@tamusa.edu 
210-784-2522 
Madla 341
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Research and Scholarly Interests:
Conflict resolution
Emotions/coping/stress/resilience
Psychological assessment
Educational psychology


Ernest Cox, Ph.D. head shot Ernest Cox, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Ernest.Cox@tamusa.edu
210-784-2535 
Madla 342
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Research and Scholarly Interests:

Comprehensive school counseling programs (planning, developing, managing, implementing, and evaluating)
Professional school counseling - clinical, administrative, and developmental supervision
Creative interventions in school counseling
Using data to drive school counseling programs


Sabina de Vries, Ph.D. head shot Sabina de Vries, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Sabina.Devries@tamusa.edu
210-784-2513
Madla 368 
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Research and Scholarly Interests:

PTSD
Domestic Violence and Homelessness
Counselors in Private Practice
Emotionally Focused Therapy


Patrick McDaniel, Ph.D. head shot Patrick McDaniel, Ph.D.
Assistant Professional Track
Patrick.McDaniel@tamusa.edu
210-784-2593
Madla 340
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Research and Scholarly Interests:

Social, Educational, and Emotional Implications Associated with At-Risk Youth
Experiential Therapy/ Education
Existential Approach to Student Engagement
Development and Evaluation of Social Programs
Substance Abuse Prevention and Education

 


Scott Peters, Ph.D. head shot Scott Peters, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Scott.Peters@tamusa.edu
210-784-2532 
Madla 364
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Research and Scholarly Interests:

Transgender Youth & Homelessness
Actors in the Classroom
Substance Use Training of School Counselors


Charles Tatum, Ph.D. head shot Charles Tatum, Ph.D.
Assistant Professional Track
Charles.TatumJr@tamusa.edu
210-784-2526 
Madla 347 
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Research and Scholarly Interests:

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
Anxiety Disorders
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder


Christine Wong, Ph.D. head shot Christine Wong, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
CWong@tamusa.edu
210-784-2591 
Madla 349
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Research and Scholarly Interests:

Spirituality in Counseling
Marginalized Populations


Ray Wooten Ph.D., LPC-S head shot Ray Wooten Ph.D., LPC-S
Professor of Counseling and Guidance
HWooten@tamusa.edu
210-784-2588
Madla 363
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Research and Scholarly Interests:
Embodied social justice approaches for counselors
Body, embodiment, and movement in marriage and family counseling
Breath, Movement, and Mindfulness to promote physical and emotional wellness


Wendy Hernandez
Academic Advisor
Wendy.Hernandez@tamusa.edu
210-784-1414
Madla 336 


Angela Reyes
Administrative assistant 
Angela.Reyes@tamusa.edu
210-784-2521
Madla 336 

Angela Reyes is a Business Administrator I in the Department of Counseling, Health & Kinesiology with over 10+ years of experience in the administrative assistant role. Angela was born and raised on the Southside of San Antonio. She completed her undergraduate career by graduating from Palo Alto College with a Liberal Arts and an Early Childhood Associate’s Degree. She also graduated from Texas State University with a Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences Degree. Angela enjoys the administrative role because of the many diverse interactions with faculty, staff, and students.