Follow Suzanne’s Progress
Suzanne Brier of Bedford was named to the Dean's List at Muhlenberg College for the Spring 2018 semester. Students with a term GPA of 3.50 or higher were recognized for this academic achievement.Spring 2018
Suzanne Brier was named to the Dean's List at Muhlenberg College for the Fall 2017 semester. Students with a term GPA of 3.50 or higher were recognized for this academic achievement.Fall 2017
Awards & Recognition
On April 29, 2018, Muhlenberg College held its annual Honors Convocation designed to honor and celebrate leadership and scholarly excellence and achievement. The awards recognize select members of ...Spring 2018
Suzanne Brier was recognized for earning an academic awardAwarded 1st place in Creative Writing Fiction for Muhlenberg's annual creative writing contest. The contest is judged by an English professor and published author.Spring 2018Added by Suzanne
Research ApprenticeSeptember 2017 - Present
Attend Dr. Michniewicz's lab meetings and contribute hypotheses and insights on gender issues in psychology.
Assist in research study that aims to reduce prejudice towards social groups, specifically individuals who are transgender.
Complete statistical analysis in SPSS.
Create qualtrics survey and run participants.
Present research at professional poster sessions such as APS and LVAIC.
Brier, S., & Michniewicz, K. (May, 2018). Effect of Ratings on Trans Individuals as Function of Underdog Status. Poster presented at the 30th Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA.
Social Media AssistantAugust 2017 - Present
Healing TREE is a non-profit dedicated to transforming the way society responds to abuse and interpersonal trauma. Bridging the gap in psychology that overlooks trauma and connects people with the resources they need.
Create images for Instagram on Photoshop.
Research content to be posted and approved that focuses on trauma and recovery.
Schedule posts to Twitter and Facebook for the week.
Crisis Text Line
Crisis CounselorOctober 2016 - Present
Help texters stay safe through active listening, empathy, motivational interviewing, collaboration and suggested referrals.
Deal with issues such as depression, eating disorders, suicidal ideation, self-harm, abuse, anxiety, and more.
Evaluate if the texter is at imminent risk and communicate with the supervisor for an active rescue when necessary.
national eating disorder association
Helpline InternJune 2016 - August 2016
Listen and respond to callers by expressing empathy, providing eating disorder information and compiling treatment options.
Use basic counseling skills learned in training such as reflective listening and validation.
Help callers create goals. Evaluate stage of recovery to better guide them.
Recognize medical and mental health emergency signs to direct callers to immediate help.
The Mental Health Association of Westchester Inc.
InternMay 2015 - August 2015
Facilitated and co-facilitated psychoeducational groups for adults with serious mental health conditions.
Organized paperwork from intake interviews.
Led morning meditation.
Offered emotional support to participants.
Contributed in staff meetings.