Tina M. Borke, Psy.D.
Director/Instructor of Clinic

  • Faculty
Psychology and Special Education
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Educational Background

  • Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, University of the Rockies, 2010
  • M.A., Psychology, University of the Rockies, 2008
  • B.S., Psychology and Sociology, University of Missouri-Kansas City, 2002

Academic Positions

  • Clinical Instructor, Psychology and Special Education, Texas A&M-Commerce, 2021-Present
  • Assistant Professor, Psychology, Texas A&M-Commerce, 2021-Present
  • Adjunct Professor, Psychology, Tyler Junior College, 2012-Present

Honors and Awards

  • United States Presidential Lifetime Volunteer Award, 2007
  • Ten Years of Service Award – Association for Non Traditional Students in Higher Learning, 2006
  • United States Presidential Gold Volunteer Award, 2005
  • Dean's List, 1999-2002 multiple semesters
  • Chancellor's Currently Enrolled Scholarship, 2000-2001
  • Golden Key Honor Society, 2000
  • Mortar Board Honor Society, 2000
  • Psi Chi Honor Society, 2000
  • Alpha Kappa Delta Honor Society, 2000
  • Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society, 1999

Professional Organizations

  • Chairman, Citizens Planning and Network Advisory Committee for Andrews Center, 2010–Present
  • Member, Regional Planning and Network Advisory Committee, 2011-Present
  • Treasurer, Brain Injury Association of Texas, 2011-2012
  • Member, Association of Working Class Academics, 2008–2013
  • Member, American Association of University Women, 2005-2013

Featured Courses

  • PSYCH 537 Advanced Therapeutic Intervention

Selected Publications

  • Lloyd, T. (In Press). A Family's Guide Through Acquired Brain Injury
  • Lloyd, T. (2012) Family Grief and Brain Injury. Brain Injury Association of Texas Newsletter. Winter Edition. Austin, Texas.
  • Lloyd, T. (2012) Depression and the Brain. Brain Injury Association of Texas Newsletter. Winter Edition. Austin, Texas.
  • Lloyd, T. (2009). A study of alexithymia and grief in the geriatric population. Dissertation.
  • Missouri Institute of Mental Health (2006). Interviewed participants with co-morbid severe mental illness and substance abuse at 3 and 6 month intervals, ensured HIPPA compliance and confidentiality of participants, complied, data in spreadsheet, managed and maintained payments to participants for services.
  • Brown, C., Lloyd, T., & et al (2005) Collected data for an ongoing study on homeschool student's career choices.
  • Martin, C.R., Lloyd, T., & et al (2005) University of Missouri-Kansas City. Solicited participants for study through a national mailing, collected and entered data, statistically analyzed data for an ongoing study on doctor loyalty to pharmaceutical companies.
  • Martin, C.R., Lloyd, T., & et al (2002) University of Missouri-Kansas City. Solicited participants for study through a national mailing, collected and entered data, statistically analyzed data for an ongoing study on doctor loyalty to pharmaceutical companies.
  • Martin, C. R., Lloyd, T. (2002) University of Missouri-Kansas City. Reviewed American Disability Act (ADA) regulations, reviewed current test measurement for ADA compliance, recommended changes to instrument wording to be in compliance with ADA.
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