Dominique Broussard

Dominique Broussard

Adjunct Professor

Part-Time Faculty

Education
PhD, Counseling Psychology, University of Georgia
MEd, Community Counseling, University of Georgia
BA, Psychology, Loyola University

Conference Presentations

Simmons, K.T., Douglas, D.Y., Broussard, D. (2018). Helping children cope after Harvey: Lessons from Katrina. Presented at The Association of Black Psychologists, Oakland, CA.

Haddad, N., Kahealani Chun, N., Broussard, D. (2018). Stress, anxiety & depression in students of color at PWIs: Reframing and increasing access to mental health services. Presented at

Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access (IDEA) Institute of the Western Association of College Admissions Counselors Conference, Monterrey, CA.

Moody, J., Broussard, D., Douglas, C. (2018). Black beyond the rainbow: Clinical implications for the intersectionality of race and sexual identity. Presented at The Association of Black Sexologists and Clinicians 2018 Spring Roundtable Series, St. Thomas U.S. Virgin Islands.

Broussard, D., Loudd, G., Slatton, B. (2016). Sexual perceptions of young adults at an urban HBCU. Presented at the National Social Science Association, Summer Seminar, Denver, CO.

Moody, J., Broussard, D. (2016). Exploring the factors impacting the relational patterns of black college students: The new rules. Presented at The Association of Black Sexologists and Clinicians 2016 Spring Roundtable Series, St. Thomas U.S. Virgin Islands.

Broussard, D., Loudd, G., Slatton, B. (2015). Young adult sexual perceptions and behaviors: An urban HBCU. Presented at The Association of Black Sexologists and Clinicians 1st Annual Black Families, Black Relationships, Black Sexuality Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Broussard, D. (2015). Helping the helper: Redefining the image of the strong black woman. Presented at the Keeping it Real! Sister Scholars Discuss the Psychological Impact of Race, Class, Gender and Sexuality on Black Women’s Mental Health in the Past, Present and Future, Houston, TX.

Broussard, D., Rasmus, M. (2014). Creating an interdisciplinary research team focused on health disparities. Presented at Texas Southern University’s Fall 2014 Interdisciplinary Research Seminar, Houston, TX.

Broussard, D. (2013). A national survey of the general psychology textbook selection process at hbcu’s. Presented at the 2013 Historically Black Colleges and Universities General Education Alliance Conference, Raleigh, NC.

Broussard, D., Harvey, J., Parrillo, J., (2009). Multicultural supervision. Presented at the 2009 Southeastern Psychological Association Conference, New Orleans, LA

Broussard, D., Delgado-Romero, E., (2008).Issues of the training and preparation of latina/o psychologists in the united states and latin countries. Presented at the 2008 National Latina/o Psychological Association Conference, Costa Mesa, CA.

Shelton, K., Broussard, D. (2008) Women rising: Empowering homeless women in a group setting. Presented at the 2008 Association for Specialists in Group Work National Convention: Effectiveness and Diversity in Groups, St. Pete, FL.

Broussard, D., Delgado-Romero, E., (2007). Mapping latino/a psychology faculty. Presented at the 1st Annual Counseling Psychology Research Colloquium, Athens, GA.

Moon de Avila, A., Pritchett, S., Bailey, D., Broussard, D. (2005). Youth mentoring initiative. Presented at the National Head Start Association 32nd Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.

Moon de Avila, A., Smith, L., Moore, G., Broussard, D. (2004). Social warriors in the winds of change. Presented at the Southeastern Network of Youth and Family Services 2004 Annual Regional Fall Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Panel Discussions and Workshops

Broussard, D. (2018). Mental health workshop. Panel Discussion provided by University of San Francisco’s Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., San Francisco, CA.

Broussard, D. (2017). Mental health workshop. Panel Discussion provided by University of San Francisco’s Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., San Francisco, CA.

Broussard, D. (2017). Mental health matters. Panel Discussion provided by Houston SPLASH, Houston, TX.

Broussard, D. (2017). Mental health 101. Panel Discussion provided by Texas Southern University’s Psychology Club, Houston, TX.

Broussard, D. (2017). Graduate school 101. Panel Discussion provided by Texas Southern University’s Psychology Club, Houston, TX.

Broussard, D. (2017). Sex, love and relationships. Panel Discussion provided by Texas Southern University’s Psychology Club, Houston, TX.

Broussard, D. (2017). Black psychologists matter. Panel Discussion provided by Texas Southern University’s Psychology Club, Houston, TX.

Broussard, D. (2016). World AIDS DAY Panel Discussion provided by Texas Southern University’s SHAPE Initiative, Houston, TX.

Broussard, D. (2016). Sorry: Intimate partner violence. Panel Discussion provided by Texas Southern University’s Safety Training and Education to Prevent Suicide, Houston, TX.

Broussard, D. (2016). Cultural connection: Understanding self before relating to others. Workshop provided to the Council of Houston Area Training Sites, Houston, TX.

Broussard, D. (2016). Sex, love and relationships, The finale. Panel Discussion provided by Texas Southern University’s Psychology Club, Houston, TX.

Broussard, D. (2016). Sex, love and relationships, Part 2. Panel Discussion provided by Texas Southern University’s Psychology Club, Houston, TX.

Broussard, D. (2016). The psychology of black hair. Panel Discussion provided by Texas Southern University’s Psychology Club, Houston, TX.

Broussard, D. (2015). Sex, love and relationships. Panel Discussion provided by Texas Southern University’s Psychology Club, Houston, TX.

Broussard, D. (2015). National minority mental health awareness workshop. Presented to Texas Southern University Human Resources, Houston, TX.

Broussard, D. (2015). Bridge to Mental Health Awareness. Panel discussion provided by Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. and Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc., Houston, TX.

Broussard, D. (2015). Sex in the city. Relationship Workshop provided by Texas Southern University’s Student Psychological Association, Houston, TX.

Broussard, D. (2014). Couples clinic. Workshop series provided by Texas Southern University’s Psychology Student Association, Houston, TX.

Broussard, D. (2011). Friends before lovers: Sex and relationships in the african-american community. Workshop series provided by University of Houston Counseling and Psychological Services. Houston, TX.

Broussard, D. (2011). Sexual decision making and mental health. Presented to Theta Nu Xi Multicultural Sorority and their invited guests at Sex 101: Don’t Pass It Along, University of Houston, Houston, TX.

Broussard, D. (2011). Perfectionism and Mental Health. Presented to UH Women’s Resource Center and invited guests at Perfection and Tiger Moms, University of Houston, Houston, TX.

Broussard, D. (2010). Multicultural perspectives and mental health. Presented to Theta Nu Xi Multicultural Sorority and their invited guests at Tier ONE: Multicultural Dialogue-Open Workshop, University of Houston, Houston, TX.

Publications

Whaley, A. L., Clay III, W. A. L., & Broussard, D. (2017). Cultural diversity in introductory psychology textbook selection: The case for historically Black colleges/universities (HBCUs). Psychology Learning and Teaching, 16(1), 19-35.

Delgado-Romero, E., Broussard, D., (2010). Mapping Latino/a psychology faculty. Greenwood Encyclopedia.

Broussard, D., Delgado-Romero, E., (2008) Mapping latino/a psychology faculty. El boletin, Newsletter of NLPA.

Funded Projects

Principal Investigator. Young adult sexual perceptions and behavior. Funded by Texas Southern University Faculty Seed Grant. 2015- 2016, ($10,000)

Co-Investigator. Safety training and education to prevent suicide (STEPS). Funded by Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Garrett Lee Smith Memorial Act Campus Suicide Prevention Grant Program. September 2014- September 2017 ($300,000)

Professional Affiliations

2015-Present Association of Black Sexologists and Clinicians

2008-2010 National Social Sciences Association 2016-2017 Georgia Psychological Association

2004-2006 National Latino/a Psychological Association 2008-2010 American Psychological Association 2006-Present American Counseling Association