Dr. Susan F. Branco
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and Clinical Assistant Professor with the Family Institute at Northwestern University in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling masters program. I enjoy teaching and supervising emergent professional counselors. If you are interested in working with me for supervision purposes please visit here.
Stay tuned for 2021 events!
MY LATEST RESEARCH
I was recently awarded a Seed Grant from the Family Institute at Northwestern University to pursue research on the experiences of adult internationally adopted Colombian adults who are in reunion with their first families. I look forward to collaborating with my research team on this exciting project in 2021! I continue working with a team of researchers using directive content analysis to examine reality TV counselor and client sessions. Individually, I am researching reparative models to address illicit adoption practices in order to draft a proposed model for Colombian international adoption practices.
Panelist in the American Counseling Association's Day of Racial Healing, January 19, 2021
Microcounseling Interventions: Skills to Address Racism and Microaggressions in Session, American Mental Health Counselors Association, November 20, 2020
We the Experts: Adoptees Speak Series (Adoptees & Therapy), Adoption Mosaic, November 14, 2020
Microaggressions in Counseling: Reflections During a Racial Pandemic, American Mental Health Counselors Association, September 11, 2020
Self care for Minoritized Counselors, American Counseling Association and Motivo, July 29, 2020
Trauma Informed Supervision for Mental Health Counselors, 14th Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Clinical Supervision, July 30, 2020