Justine Pawlukewicz’s Profile

Faculty
Active 3 years ago
Justine Pawlukewicz
Display Name
Justine Pawlukewicz
Title
Professor
Department
Human Services
Office Location
Namm 401
Academic interests

Counseling; mental health; addictions

Bio

MSW, PH.D New York University
BA Sociology, Syracuse University
Clinical Social Work Certificate, New York University
Post-Bachelors Disability Studies Program, City University of New York
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, NY/NJ
Credentialed Alcohol & Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC) NY

Current Employment/Related Activities
Professor, NYC College of Technology
Adjunct Lecturer, CUNY BA & MA Disability Studies, CUNY
Clinical Psychotherapy Practice, NJ
Free-Lance clinical social worker trainer
Board Member: Chairperson-Afghanistan Blind Women & Children’s Foundation
Board Member-Freedom From Fear, Staten Island, NY

Past Employment
Supervisor of addiction outpatient clinics
Supervisor of mental health community based agencies.
DWI Evaluator and lecturer

Publications, Regional, National & International Presentations:
Ethics & Human Service Students
Trauma/World Trade Center
Children Anxiety/Cognitive Behavioral Health
Disabilities/Older Adults
Addiction Psychometric Instrument & Exploratory Analysis
Clinical Aspect of the Unknown

Work Phone
718-260-5135

My Courses

The Composition of Happiness

The Composition of Happiness

Professor Jill Belli (English) & Professor Justine Pawlukewicz (Human Services) Ever wonder what happiness really is? In this English and Human Services learning community, you’ll explore–from pop culture, positive psychology, and social services perspectives–what makes individuals and communities flourish or flounder. *Avatar Image Credit: Laura Grace Bordeaux, happiness is a choice, https://www.flickr.com/photos/laceybordeaux/5744311332/in/photostream/

Human Services Seminar HUS 1203 (formally HUS 1207)

Human Services Seminar HUS 1203 (formally HUS 1207)

This is an overview of what to expect in internship at a community based agency.

My Projects

Office of the Provost

Office of the Provost

City Tech’s Source for Academic Affairs Information

Faculty Learning Communities

Faculty Learning Communities

Learning Communities Blog

Project Wayfinding

Project Wayfinding

Project Wayfinding is a college-wide effort to answer the question “How can Faculty, staff, and students effectively provide/use accurate information for academic career planning from Day 1 through Graduation?”

Emotions in Teaching and Learning

Emotions in Teaching and Learning

This is a site for thinking critically and generatively about the role of emotions in teaching and learning, and working collaboratively foster greater well-being, student engagement, and (faculty, student, staff) community here at City Tech.

My Clubs

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