Jacqueline Williams-Horn

Assistant Professor of Practice - Counselor Education

As a Stetson graduate, I am proud to be both an alumna and faculty. I have been an adjunct with the Department of Counselor Education at Stetson since 2011 and joined full-time in 2018.

  • PhD, counseling studies, Capella University
  • MS, marriage, couple, family therapy, Stetson University
  • BA, human resources, University of Florida


Jacqueline Williams-Horn


From a marriage and family therapist perspective, as well as implementing the tenets of narrative therapy, I identify with the collaborative nature of the relationship with clients and students, the importance of insight with regard to change, the belief that human beings need to feel a sense of belonging, that all behavior has a purpose, and the importance of past experiences in understanding current functioning. I tend to employ experiential components and techniques in both my counseling and in the classroom because I find that they typically enhance growth, here-and-now change, and create insight to facilitate exploration and expression of inner feelings and beliefs. I also use humor to make clients and students feel at ease to create a safe environment to facilitate change.

More About Jacqueline Williams-Horn

Areas of Expertise

  • Marriage, couple and family counseling (LMFT)

Course Sampling

  • Practicum and internship
  • Family systems
  • Theories