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DR. RICHARD PULICE presently serves as a Professor at the College of St. Rose in the accredited BSW Social Work Program.  He is also the founding Director of The Institute for Social, Behavioral, Health Research and Training.  He has graduate degrees in community clinical psychology from Marist College, in public health from Columbia University, and in social welfare from Brandeis University.  He has completed a Research Fellowship at Columbia University ASchool of Public Health in Psychiatric Epidemiology.  In addition, he has had advanced training in health economics, research design and statistics (quantitative and qualitative), labor mediation, clinical practice and gerontology.

Dr. Pulice has 35 years of experience in public and mental health in diverse areas including field investigations, administration, planning, research and evaluation.  He has published several articles and book chapters in social work, mental health publications and other venues.  He is a regular presenter at meetings such as the American Public Health Association and The Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education.

Among other experiences, Dr. Pulice consults on program development for mental health services in the Netherlands.  He has served as a Trustee for the Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and is currently a Trustee for Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Albany.  In 2010 he became one of the first people to receive his Board Certification in Public Health from the National Board of Public Health Examiners.  In the Spring of 2011 Dr. Pulice was on sabbatical. During this time, he worked with Zobby International, a national polling organization, and spent two months in the Netherlands lecturing at several universities and consulting with mental health programs.

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