Denise Rossilli

Associate Professor | Coordinator, Human Services Pre-Social Work and Addictions Counseling

Denise Rossilli
Gabert Library, Room 420
Journal Square Campus

Ed. D., Educational Leadership Community College Track-ABD, Rowan University
M.A., Clinical Psychology, Fairleigh Dickinson University
B.S., Psychology, St. John’s University

Certifications/Licensures: Licensed Professional Counselor (NJ); Licensed Mental Health Counselor (NY); Approved Clinical Supervisor; National Board Certified Counselor; and Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselor.

Classes: Introduction to Human Services; Helping Strategies and Relationships; Group Work in Human Services; Interviewing Techniques; Internship in Human Services I and II; Introduction to Psychology; Developmental Psychology I; and Abnormal Psychology.

Professor Rossilli’s teaching focuses on preparing students for the workforce and/or transfer to four-year colleges and universities. In addition to her duties as a professor, she serves as advisor for the HCCC Human Services Club.

Prior to her career as an educator, she specialized in cognitive behavioral therapy with children, adolescents, and families in varying levels of care.  Presently, she is working toward her Doctorate in Educational Leadership at Rowan University, where her area of interest is the racial diversity of faculty in higher education and its impact on student success.