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Griselda Villalobos was born in El Paso, Texas. Griselda received a Bachelor of Social Work Degree from New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, New Mexico in
1993. Upon graduation from NMSU, she began full-time employment as a Protective Services Specialist for the Texas State Department of Family and Protective Services. In 1996, she returned to New Mexico State and completed the Master of Social Work advanced standing degree in 1997. In 1997 she also became employed full-time as a Medical Social Worker at Del Sol Medical Center in El Paso, Texas. She worked as a Medical Social Worker for eight years. Ms. Villalobos began her doctoral studies at The University of Texas at Austin in summer of 2004. She has focused her studies on culture, acculturation and social work practice with Hispanics. Ms. Villalobos has over ten years for teaching experience in higher education. She has taught at El Paso Community College, the University of Texas at El Paso, and New Mexico State University. In addition, Ms. Villalobos is a trained Cognitive Behavioral Therapist and practices at Family Service of El Paso. She currently holds an appointment as College Assistant Professor at New Mexico State University. Ms. Villalobos plans to pursue a tenure track appointment and continue her research in culture, acculturation and social work practice with Hispanics.
Permanent address: 6040 Surety Drive, El Paso, Texas 79905
This dissertation was typed by the author.