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Diane Rullo

Core Faculty
Diane Rullo

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Barbara Solomon School of Social Work

Degree ProgramMaster of Social Work (MSW)

Dr. Diane Rullo has been performing clinical interventions since 1980. Her work began as a crisis intervention specialist. Dr. Rullo has worked in the addiction treatment field, as a clinician and supervisor, as a Family Preservation Services supervisor, and as a private practitioner since 1992. Dr. Rullo has been teaching masters and PhD level social workers since 1995.

Dr. Rullo has expertise in clinical diagnosis. She also is an addiction specialist as well as having expertise in marriage and family counseling. As a clinician she has expertise in clinical intervention such as Client Centered Therapy, Rational Emotive Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and group practice.

Dr. Rullo’s areas of research expertise are in clinical work and addictions. She has experience in Action Research Methods.

Courses Taught

SOCW 6090 - PSYCHOPATHOLOGY FOR SOCIAL WORKERS

SOCW 6121 - ADVANCED SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE II

SOCW 6002 - CHANGING LIVES

SWLB 0652 - SKILLS LAB

SOCW 8600 - ACTION RESEARCH PROJECT

SOCW 8610 - CAPSTONE RESEARCH PROJECT

Education

BA, Montclair State University

MA, Montclair State University

MSW, Fordham University

PhD, Fordham University

Publications

Rullo, D., Rullo, D. (2001). The profession of clinical social work

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