Dr. Jocelyn Markowicz is a Licensed Counseling Psychologist currently licensed in the state of California and Michigan. She operates group practice locations in California and Michigan.
Her clinical interests are broad and have included forensic psychology, working with diverse populations within community and academic settings, and helping to reduce the stigma of mental illness and increase access to effective treatment.
Her dissertation titled: Intergroup Contact Experience in Dialogues on Race Groups: Does Empathy and Informational Identity Style Help Explain Prejudice Reduction has been cited by many researchers examining factors that are associated with anti-racist training. She has presented at national conferences and has been interviewed by live broadcasts. She published five books in the Bee Psychologist book series for children.
Dr. Markowicz received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Texas A&M University. She received her master’s degree in counseling from the University of Houston. She earned her doctorate degree in counseling psychology at Pennsylvania State University.