Eman Tadros (she/her/hers) joined the Falk College Department of Marriage and Family Therapy as an assistant professor in Fall 2023. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist, MBTI certified, and an AAMFT Approved Supervisor. Tadros is accepting new advisees, mentees, research assistants and interns, and she welcomes research collaboration between colleagues and students.
Prior to joining Syracuse University, Tadros was an assistant professor and marriage and family counseling track leader in the Division of Psychology and Counseling from 2020-2023 and a faculty affiliate in the Gender and Sexuality Studies program at Governors State University in University Park, Illinois.
Tadros has published 105 research articles in scholarly journals. Her research focuses on incarcerated relationships. She has also written articles for magazines, edited collections such as The Advocate and Family Therapy Magazine, and is the assistant editor for the public health journal Child: Care, Health and Development. Through her writing, she has advocated for the rights of MFTs and has spoken to government officials on Capitol Hill regarding pressing issues faced by MFTs. Tadros works with the Empowering Woman program at Northeastern University, where she mentors women of color in achieving their academic and personal goals. She is presently the Illinois Family TEAM leader and was formerly the Ohio Family TEAM leader.
Tadros has worked in a variety of clinical settings, including clinical mental health, hospital, correctional, private practice, school, and telehealth. She has demonstrated a commitment to diversity and inclusion through published scholarly works and clinical work with underserved populations and has supervised and mentored individuals on cultural humility and competencies using an intersectional, social justice approach to problems.
Tadros has secured external funding to support her research. She was the recipient of the AAMFT Minority Fellowship Program funded by SAMHSA for four years. Her research has won several awards, and Tadros was named Researcher of the Year by the American Mental Health Counselors Association in 2022.
Tadros received her Ph.D. from the University of Akron’s Counselor Education and Supervision in Marriage and Family Therapy program in 2019, her M.S. in Marriage and Family Therapy from Seton Hall University in 2016, and her B.S. in psychology from Northeastern University in 2014.
Ph.D., Counselor Education and Supervision in Marriage and Family Therapy, University of Akron (2019)
M.S., in Marriage and Family Therapy, Seton Hall University (2016)
B.S., in psychology, Northeastern University (2014)