Creating Promising Futures Through Social Construction
Assoc. Professor/Clinic Director
Our Lady of the Lake University Community Counseling Service
590 N. General McMullen Ste. 3
San Antonio, Texas 78228
Dr. Solórzano received her B.A. (English) and MA (English from the University of Texas at San Antonio and her MS (Psychology) and PsyD (Counseling Psychology) from Our Lady of the Lake University. Dr. Solórzano joined the OLLU faculty in 2002. She has taught Professional Writing, Qualitative Research, Supervision, Practica, Pre-practicum Lab, Systemic Approaches to Counseling I, Systemic Approaches to Counseling II, Violence Prevention and Intervention, Counseling and undergraduate Learning Theories, Social Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, and Counseling Theories II. Dr. Solórzano supervises in the CCS and her theoretical orientation is Narrative Therapy. She was awarded a three year $750,000 Family Violence and Community Prevention grant from the Office of Minority Health which yielded positive outcomes. Her research interests are multicultural issues, empowering women who have survived trauma, Immigration Issues, Ethics, and Training and Supervision.