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One note each was written to his fiancée, his daughter and his gay jailhouse lover.
Two of the notes were written to Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez and the couple's four-year-old daughter Avielle.
He was overheard telling Hernandez's cousin that he would not have helped the football star hide the gun if he knew beforehand that he was a 'limp wrist.''Limp wrist' is known as a disparaging term used for homosexuals.
The revelations about a possible motive for the Lloyd murder came as news emerged that Hernandez left three handwritten notes in the cell where he hanged himself.
Secondary language: Spanish Specialized Training: Certified Solution Focused Practitioner Professional interests: Substance abuse treatment, across the lifespan, family therapy, community outreach regarding substance abuse, prevention and intervention.
Professional interests: Adolescent and adult psychotherapy, family therapy, couples therapy, psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral therapies, mood disorders, addictions/dual-diagnosis, personality disorders, clinical supervision Secondary language: Spanish Specialized Training: Certified Solution Focused Practitioner Professional interests: Individual and family therapy with children, adolescents and adults; crisis intervention; treatment of ADHD and behavior disorders; parent training and children's social skills groups; solution focused brief treatment, motivational interviewing and cognitive-behavioral therapy.
At the time of his death, Lloyd, 27, was dating Shaneah Jenkins, the sister of Aaron Hernandez's fiancee.
Investigators now reportedly want to know if Hernandez killed Lloyd so as to prevent him from revealing details of the Patriot star's sex life to his girlfriend, who might then pass the information to Hernandez's fiancee.
Secondary language: Spanish Specialized Training: Certified Solution Focused Practitioner Professional interests: Psychotherapy throughout the life span; cognitive behavioral therapy, exposure response prevention and psychodynamic therapy; intensive outpatient services and individual services for substance abuse including harm reduction); anxiety and couple's therapy; nutrition and wellness Secondary languages: Italian and Spanish Professional interests: Psychotherapy with children, adolescents, and adults; psychotherapy with deaf and hard of hearing individuals; mood and anxiety disorders across the life-span; perinatal mood disorders; integration of psychodynamic; cognitive behavioral, and behavioral therapies Secondary language: American Sign Language Specialized Training: Certified Solution Focused Practitioner Professional interests: Cognitive-behavioral therapy, insight-oriented therapy, anxiety disorders, mood disorders, immigration and cultural identity concerns, clinical supervision Secondary language: Spanish Professional interests: Behavioral health integration; telebehavioral health; critical incident stress debriefing; consultation to social service and mental health agencies; addictions; treatment of sexual abuse/incest survivors; trauma and the integration of theory, research and practice Specialized Training: Certified Solution Focused Practitioner, Hypnotherapy Professional interests: Treatment of anxiety and depression; integrative practice; mindfulness-based stress reduction; holistic interventions; pain management; evidence-based practice.
Specialized Training: EMDR Trained & Disaster Mental Health Certified Professional interests: Emergency disaster response; critical debriefing; cognitive behavioral therapy; motivational interviewing; psychiatric assessments and treatment in integrative care settings; complex behavioral health care case management; grief; psychological first aid and domestic violence; community trainer on emergency assessments; primary lead for hospital behavioral health training program, and coordinator of the MICCs, community based crisis team.
Professional interests: Crisis Assessment, de-escalation; brief treatment within an integrated health system; working with individuals, families, and developmental disabilities; motivational interviewing, solution focused treatment, and cognitive behavioral therapies; domestic violence; tele-health.