Regina Moro, PhD

Assistant Professor

PhD, Counselor Education, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Graduate Certificate, Substance Abuse Counseling, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
MS, Community Counseling, Syracuse University
BA, Sociology, University at Albany, SUNY
rmoro@barry.edu
305-8994836

Regina Moro joined the Counseling Program in the Adrian Dominican School of Education as Assistant Professor in 2013. She is a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist Associate (LCAS-A) in North Carolina and a National Certified Counselor (NCC).  Her professional interests include substance abuse prevention and intervention, crisis and trauma in medical settings, and multiculturalism and social justice issues in counseling.  She has presented numerous workshops at state, regional, national and international conferences.  Dr. Moro has also served as a Chi Sigma Iota Leadership Fellow, on the leadership team of the International Association of Addiction and Offenders Counseling, and most recently as the President of the North Carolina Association for Humanistic Counseling.

Selected Publications

  • Scherer, R.G., & Moro, R.R. (2012). Using animals in the therapeutic process: An interview with Dr. Sullivan Moseley. North Carolina Perspectives, 5(1), 41-49.

Non-refereed Publications

  • Moro, R. (2012). Beyond Boston: A reflection on the nature of helping. Carolina Counselor, p. 7.
  • Moro, R. (2011). The internal family systems model and relapse prevention. IAAOC News, 37(2), 13-14.
  • Donald, E., & Moro, R. (2011, August). Shovels and sore muscles: Counseling moves out of the office. Counseling Today, 14-15.

Peer Reviewed Presentations

  • Moro, R.R., Veach, L.J., & O’Brien, M.C. (2013, September). Examining predictors of reduction in drinking risk level among severe-risk trauma patients following a brief counseling intervention. Poster session to be presented at the International Network on Brief Interventions for Alcohol Problems Annual Conference, Rome, Italy.
  • Veach, L.J., & Moro, R.R. (2013, September). Screening and brief interventions with violently-injured young trauma patients. Content session to be presented at the International Network on Brief Interventions for Alcohol Problems Annual Conference, Rome, Italy.
  • Moro, R.R., Smith, J., Wahesh, E., Likis-Werle, E., & Acosta, K. (2013, March). Addiction topics in counselor education professional development.Poster session presented at the American Counseling Association 2013 conference, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Erby, A., Branscome, E., & Moro, R.R. (2013, March). Using Narrative therapy in restorying LGB identity. Content session presented at the American Counseling Association 2013 Conference, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Moro, R.R., & Veach, L.J. (2013, February). Alcohol & injury: Examining the utility of brief interventions for severe-risk drinkers. Invited speaker for the Department of General Surgery Grand Rounds, Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC.
  • Moro, R.R., Veach, L., Drye, D., & Smith, M. (2013, February). Focus on the whole family: Implementation of a family support program in a medical trauma center. Content session presented at the North Carolina Counseling Association Annual Conference, Greensboro, NC.
  • Veach, L., Moro, R., Reboussin, B., Miller, P., & O’Brien, M.C. (2012, September). Key findings of the teachable moment study in a U.S. trauma center. Content session presented at the International Network on Brief Interventions for Alcohol Problems Annual Conference, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Moro, R., Rogers, J., & Veach, L. (2012, September). Creating social change agents using unique clinical placements. Roundtable session presented at the Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision’s 2012 Conference. Savannah, GA.
  • Donald, E., & Moro, R. (2012, September). Expanding our horizons: Service learning in Nicaragua. Poster session presented at the Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision’s 2012 Conference. Savannah, GA.
  • Brown-Rice, K.A., & Moro, R.. (2012, March). Respect the power: Understanding the true power differential in cross-cultural supervision. Content session presented at the American Counseling Association 2012 conference, San Francisco, CA.
  • Moro, R.R. (2011, October). Achievable social justice for the counselor, educator, and supervisor in you! Poster session presented at the American for Counselor Education and Supervision’s 2011 conference, Nashville, TN.

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