Professor of Counseling
Arnold Wolf, Ph.D.earned his doctorate and Master’s degrees in rehabilitation counseling from New York University. He served for twenty years as an Adjunct Professor in Psychology and Education at Columbia University, Teachers College. Dr. Wolf held professional positions in numerous not-for-profit and governmental agencies over the last thirty years. He is a published author of articles in peer-reviewed journals and a co-editor of the textbook, Applied Rehabilitation Counseling.
His most recent publication was Cardoso, E., Lee, G., Chronister, J., Chou, C., Wolf, A. & Chan, F. (2007). Perceived benefits of membership in a state rehabilitation counseling association. Rehabilitation counselors and educators journal, 1,1.
Dr. Wolf currently teaches Research Methodology in Counseling, Psychosocial Aspects of Disability and Internship in the fall semesters and Medical Aspects of Disability, Psychosocial Aspects of Disability and Internship in the spring semesters.
Dr. Wolf is currently researching the relationships between housing programs for persons with co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse and the availability of education and rehabilitation services.