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Matthew Tozzi, Ph.D.

  • Assistant Professor

Department: Professional Counseling

Office: Graduate Center 116

Phone: 732-923-4621

Email: mtozzi@monmouth.edu


Assistant Professor Matthew Tozzi, Ph.D., has over nine years of counseling experience conducting individual, group, and family sessions and over four years of experience providing clinical supervision. While earning his LPC, most of his original counseling work focused on the substance abuse population treating voluntary and court ordered clients. He currently maintains a caseload of clients for general counseling services via telehealth and has experience counseling a wide variety of children, adolescents, and adults in an outpatient, intensive outpatient, in-home, inpatient, and prison counseling setting. Tozzi’s dissertation focused on sexual assault in college students. His current research interests include trauma, mindfulness, and utilizing roleplaying games in a clinical setting. 

Education

Ph.D., University of Florida

Courses

Recently Taught Classes

2024 Spring

  • Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counseling – PC 544
  • Introduction to Counseling Skills – PC 523
  • Professional Counseling Practicum – PC 595

2023 Fall

  • Crisis Intervention & Trauma – PC 530
  • Introduction to Counseling Skills – PC 523

2023 Summer C

  • Case Conceptualization & Advanced Techniques – PC 526
  • Professional Counseling Practicum – PC 595

2023 Summer B

  • Crisis Intervention & Trauma – PC 530

2023 Spring

  • Crisis Intervention & Trauma – PC 530
  • Introduction to Alcohol and Drug Abuse – PC 540
  • Professional Counseling Practicum – PC 595
  • Research Methods in Counseling – PC 603

2022 Fall

  • Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counseling – PC 544
  • Introduction to Alcohol and Drug Abuse – PC 540
  • Research Methods in Counseling – PC 603

2022 Summer C

  • Testing and Assessment in Counseling – PC 506

2022 Summer B

  • Research Methods in Counseling – PC 603

2022 Spring

  • Case Conceptualization – PC 526
  • Crisis Intervention – PC 530
  • Testing and Assessment in Counseling – PC 506

Frequently Taught Classes

  • Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counseling (PC 544)
  • Crisis Intervention & Trauma (PC 530)
  • Introduction to Alcohol and Drug Abuse (PC 540)
  • Introduction to Counseling Skills (PC 523)
  • Professional Counseling Practicum (PC 595)
  • Research Methods in Counseling (PC 603)
  • Testing and Assessment in Counseling (PC 506)