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Colucci, Martin

Curriculum Vitae

Adjunct Lecturer
Health and Human Performance

Phone: 718-262-2323
Office Location: AC-1G02C


Degree Institution Field Dates
  Manhattan College  Counseling   
MA  Manhattan College  Counseling (Alcohol & Substance Abuse Counseling)   
MS  Fordham University  Education   
BFA  School of Visual Arts  Film Production   
certificate  School of Modern Photography  Diploma in Professional Photographyy (1 year program)   
certificate  New York Institute of Photography  Professional Photography (1 year program)   
certificate  Springfield College  Alcohol & Substance Abuse Studies   
certificate  Rutgers University  Alcohol & Substance Abuse Studies   
certificate  Central Labor Rehabilitation Council of New York, Inc.  Alcohol & Substance Abuse Studies (Six college credited courses)   
non-degree  York College  Liberal Arts   
non-degree  Young Filmmakers Foundation  Film Production   

Areas of Expertise

Massachusetts State License Alcohol & Drug Counselor-1 (LADC-1)
Certified Addiction Specialist (CAS)
Master Addiction Specialist (MAC)
Certified Chemical Dependency Counselor (CCDC)

Books in Field Of Expertise

Martin Alexander Colucci. Addiction, Addictive Behavior & Other Substances of Abuse. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2019 (3 Edition). 388 pages.

Martin Alexander Colucci. Introduction to Alcohol and Substance Abuse Studies. New York: Prentice Hall, 2005 (Out of Print). 201 pages.

Articles in Field Of Expertise

M. Colucci & C. Fitzpatrick. "Can A Community Therapeutic Community (TC) Successfully Treat Homeless Substance Abusing Men in A Shelter/Environment Shift Behavior/Attitude Toward Maintaining A Drug-Free, Life-Style Upon Program Completion." 38 International Congress on Alcohol, Drugs & Other Dependencies at the University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria. Volume 38 August 17,1999: Page 99.

M. Colucci. "Program Effectiveness of A Therapeutic Community (TC) in A Homeless Men's Shelter"." International ICAA Conference on the Prevention and Treatment of Dependencies, at The University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany. Volume 44 September 5, 2001: Page 48.