Margaret Lloyd, PhD
Margaret H. Lloyd, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor. Her professional and practice background includes clinical work with children and adolescents affected by parental addiction at the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence and as a civil litigation paralegal in Kansas City. These experiences shaped her interest in researching families with maternal substance use disorders in the child welfare system, with particular attention to the intersecting impacts of gender, poverty, and race on family outcomes. Additionally, Margaret conducts policy and practice-based research on family drug treatment courts. Dr. Lloyd teaches courses in research and social policy.
Substance Use Disorders and Child Welfare
Women, Substance Use Disorders
Family Drug Treatment Courts
Intersectional Social Determinants of Health
Social Work and the Law
Law and Public Policy