M.S., M.S.A.S., LSW, LMFT
Marietta Cappelletti has over twenty-five years experience in the substance abuse and
mental health field having worked in outpatient and inpatient environments including employee assistance programs, inpatient
treatment, methadone maintenance treatment, and prevention activities for youth and adolescents. She has management/administrative
experience and has presented workshops/seminars at regional association meetings and alcohol/drug educational institutes.
Her presentation style is personable, interactive and engaging.
Marietta has extensive training and education specific
to the substance abuse field and is currently a doctoral candidate at The Union Institute and University pursuing a Ph.D.
degree in Psychology.
Previous education and training includes:
MS in Management
of Substance Abuse Services, Lesley College, Cambridge, Massachusetts
MS in Counseling, Indiana University at South
Bend, South Bend, Indiana
BA in Psychology, Indiana University at South Bend, South Bend, Indiana
New England Summer School on Opioid Treatment
Management & Clinical Aspects of EAP Practice
– University of Maryland
Midwest Institute on Alcohol Studies, Western Michigan University
Summer School of Alcohol Studies, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse
American Association of Marriage and Family
American Psychological Association (APA)