Dr. Diaz-Lazaro obtained B.A. in Psychology at the University of Puerto Rico, and Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology at the University at Buffalo. Dr. Diaz-Lazaro's dissertation was on language brokering (i.e. when immigrant children translate for their parents). After obtaining a doctoral degree, Dr. Diaz-Lazaro worked as a staff psychologist at St. Edward's University (Austin, TX). There, Dr. Diaz-Lazaro also worked with the College Assistance Migrant Program, offering a variety of services to support the psychological and academic wellbeing of college students from migrant and seasonal farm-work backgrounds. Dr. Diaz-Lazaro then moved to Dallas and accepted a full-time faculty position at Argosy University. Currently Dr, Diaz-Lazaro lives in Mar del Plata, Argentina where he teaches at various universities. Have been a contributing faculty for Walden University since 2007, he has taught a variety of courses including Intergroup Relations, Group Process and Dynamics, Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy, and Psychology and Social Change.
PSYC 6204 - Intergroup Relations
PSYC 6250 - Group Process and Dynamics
PSYC 8722 - Counseling & Psychotherapy Theories