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Jason Branch, Assistant Professor, Department of Professional Counseling

C. Jason Branch, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Professional Counseling
Graduate Center 108

C. Jason Branch, Ph.D.

A Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) for the State of New Jersey and Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS), Dr. Branch has more than fourteen years of experience in the mental health and counseling profession. Dr. Branch has worked in community agency and mental health centers, city government, and substance abuse treatment facilities. Dr. Branch has maintained a clinical private practice since 2010 that focuses on adults, adolescents, couples and families. Dr. Branch currently engages in professional and scholarly work focused on African American male experiences, mentoring, multicultural issues, and increasing the practice of self-care for helping professionals.


Ph.D., Auburn University

Research Interests

Research interests include African American male experiences, mentoring & multicultural competencies, and increasing the practice of self-care for helping professionals.

Professional Associations

Member of various counseling affiliations such as the Association for Counseling Education and Supervision (ACES), the Association of Humanistic Counselors (AHC), and the Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development (AMCD) and North Atlantic Region Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (NARACES).


Auburn University Outstanding Counseling Education Doctoral Student, 2017

NBCC Minority Fellow Program Recipient, 2016-2017

Additional Information

Professional Activities:

Distance Licensed Professional Counselor

Approved Clinical Supervisor

Monmouth University Activities:

Empowering Young Black Males Mentoring Program: Co-Director

Monmouth University First to Fly Program: Mentor