Name: Dr. Susan Wycoff, NCC
Office Location: Eureka Hall 409
Office Phone: 916.278.5533
Mailing Address: 6000 J Street
Office Hours: Wednesday 12:45-3:45pm
PSYC 151: Death, Dying & Living
PSYC 268: Advanced Psychopathology
EDUC 155: Introduction to Counseling
EDUC 157: Child & Family Psychopathology
EDC 171C: Multicultural Ethnic Series: Latinos
EDC 171E: Multicultural Ethnic Series: Euro-Americans
EDC 201: Seminar in Community Counseling
EDC 203: Advanced Seminar in Multicultural Counseling
EDC 210: Multicultural Counseling
EDC 212: Gender Roles & Human Sexuality
EDC 214: Dynamics of Human Behavior
EDC 219: Group Process in Counseling
EDC 231: Diagnosis & Treatment Planning
EDC 233: Substance Abuse and the Family
EDC 234: Seminar in Marriage/Family Counseling
EDC 244: Crisis & Trauma in Counseling
EDC 250: Education Research
EDC 252: Law & Ethics in Counseling
EDC 254 Counseling & Psychopharmacology
EDC 260: Introduction to Career Counseling
EDC 296R: Counseling the Older Adult
EDC 475: MFT Practicum in Counseling
EDC 476: Practicum in Marriage & Family Therapy
EDC 480: MFT Field Study in Counseling
EDC 290: Culminating Experience: Oral Examination
EDC 505: Culminating Experience: Seminar for Master’s Thesis
Dickson, S., & Wycoff, S. (2014). Psychology of Trauma. In Thijs Van Leeuwen and Marieke Brouwer (Eds.) Chapter IV, pp. 89-110. Interventions to Treat Families Who Have Experienced Historical Trauma. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.
Wycoff, S., Tinagon, R., & Dickson, S. (2011). Therapeutic Practice with Cambodian Refugee Families: Trauma, Adaptation, Resiliency and Wellness. The Family Journal: Counseling & Therapy for Couples & Families. doi: 10.1177/1066480710397131
Wycoff, S. (2006). An Examination of Leading Health-Related Issues & Disparities among Latinos in the Sacramento Region: A Quality-of-Life Analysis. Research sponsored by The California Wellness Foundation.
Wycoff, S. (2005). HIV/AIDS Prevention for MSM Latino Men: A Campus-Community Collaborative Intervention. Research sponsored by The California Wellness Foundation.
Wycoff, S. (2004). The Pragmatics of Research: Developing Your Literature Review. In G. Cowan (2nd Ed.), Understanding and Conducting Research in Education: A User-Friendly Approach (pp. 9-16). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publications.
Wycoff, S., & Cameron, S.C. (2003). Helping Families Work Well with Welfare Reform: From Theory to Practice. The Family Journal: Counseling & Therapy for Couples & Families, 11,148-152.
Wycoff, S., Bacod-Gebhardt, M., Cameron, S.C., Brandt, M., & Armes, B. (2002). Have Families Fared Well From Welfare Reform? Educating Clinicians about Policy, Paradox, and Change. The Family Journal: Counseling & Therapy for Couples & Families, 8, 269-280.
Cameron, S.C., & Wycoff, S. (2002). ‘Race’ a False Distinction. ABC News.com: In Only 0.012 Percent Difference: We’re All the Same. By L. Dye. Dye Hard Science, Special to ABC News.
Wycoff, S. (2001). Federal Migrant Education Advisors Program: Student Curriculum. Butte & Sonoma Counties, CA: Region II Federal Office of Migrant Education.
Wycoff, S., & Cameron, S.C. (January 2000). The Garcia Family: Using A Structural Systems Approach with an Alcohol Dependent Family. The Family Journal: Counseling & Therapy for Couples & Families, 8, 47-57.
Cameron, S.C., & Wycoff, S. (2000). The Destructive Nature of the Term Race: Growing Beyond A False Paradigm. In D. Campbell, Choosing Democracy: A Practical Guide To Multicultural Education. New York, NY: Merrill/Prentice Hall Publications.
Wycoff, S. (1999). Student Transiency: A Needs Assessment Report for Bret Harte Elementary School. Sacramento City Unified School District.
Cameron, S.C., & Wycoff, S. (1998). The Destructive Nature of the Term Race: Growing Beyond A False Paradigm. Journal of Counseling & Development, 76, 277-293.
Wycoff, S. (1998). Families and Violence. In California Wellness Foundation Monograph (Ed.), Annual Conference on Multicultural Family Violence Prevention.
Wycoff, S. (1996). Academic Performance of Mexican American Women: Sources of Support that Serve as Motivating Variables. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 24, 146-155
Minor: Research & Family Policy Studies
Dissertation: Psychosocial Resilience Among Hispanic Adult Sibling Pairs
University of New Mexico. Albuquerque
1994 | CACREP Accredited | Magna Cum Laude
Counselor Education, California State University, Sacramento
1989 | CACREP Accredited | Cum Laude
Major: Child Development, California State University, Sacramento
1985 | NAEYC Accredited | Cum Laude
Conference Co-Presenter, Wycoff, S., Cameron, S., D’Andrea, M., Parham T., & Sue D.W.. Celebrating Diversity Through the Art of Counseling. American Counseling Association 1995 Annual Conference. Denver, CO.
Conference Co-Presenter, Cameron, S., & Wycoff, S. Confluence in Counseling American Counseling Association 1996 Annual Conference. Pittsburgh, PA.
Conference Roundtable, Arredondo, P., D’Andrea, M., Ibrahim, F., Parham, T., Sue, D.W., Cameron S., & Wycoff, S. Minding Our Image American Counseling Association 1997 Annual Conference. Orlando, FL.
Conference Presenter, Wycoff, S. Diversity & Citizenship in Multicultural Societies. American Educational Research Association 1998 Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA.
Conference Co-Presenter, Cameron, S., & Wycoff, S. Advocacy: A Voice for our Clients and Communities. American Counseling Association 1999 Annual Conference. San Diego, CA.
Conference Co-Presenter, Wycoff, S., Cameron S., & Bacod-Gebhardt, M. Formatting Our Future…Our Responsibility-The Potential. American Counseling Association 2000 Annual Conference. Washington, DC.
Conference Presenter, Wycoff, S. Unity Through Diversity. American Counseling Association 2002 Annual Conference. New Orleans, LA.
Conference Co-Presenter, Wycoff, S., Brandt, M., & Marinoble, R. Celebrating 50 Years of Excellence. American Counseling Association 2003 Annual Conference. Anaheim, CA.
Invited Speaker, School Psychology Conference: A Focus on Mental Health | Applying the RESPECTFUL Model to the Clinical Family Genogram. (2015).
Invited Speaker, Janki Maternity & Nursing Hospital. India. Śrīmatī-to-Śrīmatī - Methods of Prevention for Mother and Child. (2012).
Invited Symposium Presenter, Allahabad University, India. Report of Findings: A Meta-Analysis of HIV/AIDS Related Secondary Transmission. (2007).
Invited Guest Presenter, St. George’s Preparatory College. HIV/AIDS Awareness & Prevention. Invited Grand Rounds Speaker, Janki Maternity & Nursing Hospital, India. Report on the Findings: HIV/AIDS: Mother-to-Child Transmission & Methods of Prevention.
Invited Presenter, Parliament, Government of India (Health and Medical Ministry). Preliminary Findings: Incidence & Impact of Secondary HIV/AIDS Transmission from Husband-to-Wife-to- Child. Importance of Prevention & Intervention. (2007).
Invited Presenter, Latino HIV/AIDS Panel. California-Mexico Health Bi-National Health Week Symposium Sponsored by Mexico’s Secretariat of Health, Secretariat of Foreign Affairs, Mexican Institute for Social Security, the Mexican Consulates in California, and California’s Department of Health Services. (2005).
Invited Presenter, Allahabad University, India. Cross Global Health Similarities & the Marital Double Standard. HIV/AIDS Prevention for Women. India.
Presentation Chair, Migrant Education Assistance Program School Specialization Student Cohort Advisor. School Alienation. Papers presented at the 12th Annual Multicultural Education Conference. California State University, Sacramento. (2006).
Scholar in Residence Presenter, An Examination of Leading Health Related Issues and Disparities Among Latino Families in the South Sacramento Region. Serna Center Forum-Scholar in Residence. California State University, Sacramento. 2005
Poster Presentation, Incorporating Graduate Counseling Research as a Campus-Community Collaborative Intervention. Service Learning Expo, Office of Community Collaboration. California State University, Sacramento.
Professional Associations & Certification
American Counseling Association (ACA) #6552171
International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors (IAMFC)
National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC)
National Certified Counselor (NCC) #35631