Lecturer (Adjunct)

Rosa Maria Bramble

Rosa Maria Bramble is a New York licensed clinical social worker who maintains a private practice in direct practice and as a consultant in NYC.  She specializes in the psycho-social impact of traumatic events in individuals and communities.

She earned her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Hunter College and has completed post graduate training in family therapy and advanced trauma studies. She is trained in trauma focused interventions such as EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing). Sensorimotor Psychotherapy and Breath~Body~Mind.  Rosa conducts psycho-social evaluations for immigration cases, provides expert testimony on trauma and  impact of deportation on children and families.  In her consultant capacity she is currently working with community based organizations servicing survivors of gender based violence and unaccompanied minors.

She also consults in the field of maternal child health. She has extensive experience in the field of HIV as a direct practitioner, as well as in program development and agency cofounder. She a member of the community participatory research board of Project ICI which studies collaboration among HIV service providers.  She facilitates workshops on the trauma of migration and professional development. Rosa is the founder of Borders of Hope/Fronteras de Esperanza, a volunteer community organization addressing the needs of Latino survivors of trauma. Currently the project focuses on Ground Zero Clean-up Workers.