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Mark Arcuri

Contributing Faculty

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

School of Psychology

Degree Program Ph.D. Clinical Psychology

Dr. Mark Arcuri’s formal training is in Clinical Psychology and Behavioral Medicine, with an emphasis on Integrative Health and Wellness. He has served various clinical, administrative, consulting, and academic roles since 1986, focusing on the unique needs of diverse populations living in inner-city urban to rural locations. A clinician at heart, Dr. Arcuri has sought opportunities to incorporate clinical ideology into program development and leadership in organizations of all types while broadening the definition of “clinical” to include complementary and alternative approaches to personal, community, and organizational health and wellness. His passion is supporting current and future leaders in addressing the holistic needs of their selves, staff, and communities from within what he calls a biopsychosocialspiritualenvironmental framework.

Education

PhD, Capella University - Minneapolis, MN United States

MA, New York University - New York, NY United States

BA, State University of New York at Stony Brook - Stony Brook, NY United States

Publications

Arcuri, M. A., Cardador-Martinez, A., Rodriguez-Garcia, V. M., Manzano-Santana, P., Alonzo-Macias, M. (2020). Barberry: Medicinal Properties and Usage for Metabolic Disorders Prevention.

Arcuri, M. A., Cardador-Martinez, A., Rodriguez-Garcia, V. M. (2018). Cannabis.

Arcuri, M. A., Cardador-Martinez, A., Rodriguez-Garcia, V. M. (2018). Melaleuca.

Arcuri, M. A., Cardador-Martinez, A., Rodriguez-Garcia, V. M. (2018). Sage.

Arcuri, M. A. (2008). A Life Aligned: The journey to allowing the magic in your life.