Dr. Tamara Hodges is a Licensed Psychologist and a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Educational Psychology. Dr. Hodges received her B.S. in general education/special education from Oral Roberts University. She obtained her master’s degree and Ed.D. in Educational Psychology from Baylor University.

While Dr. Hodges does not have a research lab, she conveys the importance of research in clinical practice through her teaching and supervision. Dr. Hodges spends considerable time working with graduate students at the clinic. Her primary teaching interests include evidence-based psychotherapy, supervision, and psychological assessments. Hodges teaches an advanced practicum class focused on supervision, and she serves as one of the program’s practicum supervisors for the delivery of evidence-based psychotherapy at the clinic. Hodges facilitates parent-support groups with Ph.D. students at the clinic to serve community families with children with challenging behavior.

Dr. Hodges was recognized for her excellent teaching, and in 2016, she received Baylor’s Outstanding Professor Award in the non-tenure faculty category.

She is a member of the National Association of School Psychology, the American Psychological Association,  and the Texas Association of School Psychology. Dr. Hodges presents at numerous professional conferences, provides workshops for schools in the community, and enjoys mentoring students.