Louise Rauseo, RN, MS
Louise Rauseo, RN, MS, has been a board member since 1995 when she co-founded CSNSF with Victoria Harrison. Mrs. Rauseo initiated the programs in El Paso, TX where she continued as local director of CSNSF programs until 2014. Her interest in the family issues around migration and emotional cutoff led her to move from Annapolis, MD to El Paso in 1994 for five years of learning and teaching. She continues to study the process of migration and its effect on families.
She was first associated with Georgetown Family Center from 1980-1990 as a member of the biofeedback clinical staff. Since 1990, she has been a member of the clinical faculty and in 1990-1993 she served as coordinator of the Biofeedback Programs. Mrs. Rauseo retired from The Bowen Center faculty in 2012.
After 1999 and her return to Annapolis, MD, Mrs. Rauseo continued to travel to El Paso on a quarterly basis to make Bowen theory available at the US/Mexico border for interested residents. Currently she is connected with local programs studying societal systems and developing responses based on science and spiritual values.
Mrs. Rauseo maintains a practice in family psychotherapy in Annapolis, MD and at the US/Mexico border. She continues to study, research, and teach in areas of special interest such as migration and emotional cutoff, and differentiation and spiritual development.