Dr. Marc Giudici, Senior Research Fellow
Marc Giudici, PhD, MS, MA, NCC earned his his PhD in Media Psychology Degree through Fielding University and his Master in Counseling Psychology Degree at the University of Mississippi.
In addition to his research focusing on positive psychology and post-traumatic growth, Dr. Marc Giudici works with the Lideranca Group, coupling 35 years of success as an entrepreneur with a lifelong passion for individual well being. Dr. Giudici’s focus on facilitating personal development and an increase in Emotional Intelligence, has led to greater understanding of how strong positive personal and professional relationships can lead to business success. He believes in developing the tools to promote and enhance strengths and essential qualities to achieve a meaningful, productive, and flourishing personal and professional existence.
Dr. Giudici bridges research and practice. A background in management and building a construction company is combined with his passion for work in the field. He has designed and developed curriculum based on 21st century adaptive change leadership models for nonprofit, for-profit, government, and educational applications. Dr. Giudici also serves as a strength and asset focused mental health professional leading others to attain greater personal awareness, overcome obstacles and develop a more inclusive leadership style
Previously Adjunct Professor and Academic Consultant for Program Development and Recruitment at Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology, Dr. Giudici is a published author and has lectured extensively in Positive, Media, Leadership and Organizational, and Counseling Theories Psychology, and suicide prevention.
In his spare time, Dr. Giudici is a zealous volunteer in emergency response and suicide prevention training and education. After Hurricane Katrina, he spent seven years working as a part of the long term recovery team, providing the dual benefits of physical restoration in construction with psychological support through mental health counseling and suicide prevention. Find him on LinkedIn.