Psychology: Deviance, Developmental, General and Personality
Ph.D. Educational Psychology, City University of New York, 1990
M.Phil. Psychology, City University of New York, 1987
M.A. Psychology, Queens College, 1986
M.S. Guidance & Counseling, Long Island University, 1982
M.S. Social Science - Criminal Justice, Long Island University, 1980
Awards & Recognitions:
- APA Distinguished Student Award
- Many Graduate School Fellowships
As a licensed psychologist, licensed professional counselor and personal coach, Dr. Colin Schlossman has more than 30 years of professional experience engaging with individuals of all ages on a wide variety of issues. Currently, he is an adjunct instructor in the Applied Psychology department at Hodges University, and he has been with the university for one year.
Throughout his career, Schlossman worked in professional coaching/therapy capacities, served as a consultant to corporations, private mental health practices and nursing homes, taught at private and public universities, participated in substance and alcohol abuse intervention, and engaged in psychological work for the Florida state prison system.
Professionally, his interests include cognition and brain science, issues of aging, motivation and procrastination, trauma, statistics/research design, and law as it relates to psychology.
Outside the classroom, Schlossman enjoys staying active by exercising, walking, biking, swimming and playing tennis. He enjoys stimulating conversation and social interaction, the beach, exploring, cooking, writing, reading, art, jazz, Hispanic culture and language, and volunteering.