Louise Rauseo, RN, MS has been associated with the Georgetown Family Center in several ways since completing her postgraduate training. From 1980-1990 she was on the biofeedback clinical staff and, since 1990, has been a member of the faculty. From 1990 to 1993 she served as coordinator of the Biofeedback Program.

Her interest in societal issues and the study of emotional 
cutoff led her to move to El Paso, Texas for five years, 
where she has studied the challenges families face adapting to immigration and dramatic social change. She continues to teach in programs at the Georgetown Family Center while also developing and teaching in programs in El Paso, Texas and Cd. Juarez, Mexico, as a part of the Center for the Study of Natural Systems and the Family.

In the fall of 2012, Mrs. Rauseo retired from the Bowen Center faculty. Mrs. Rauseo maintains a practice in family psychotherapy in Annapolis, MD. She continues to study, research, and teach in areas of special interest such as migration and emotional cutoff and differentiation and spiritual development.