Dr. Ernesto A. Randolfi

  • University Professor, Health Promotion/Stress Management Consultant

 

Dr. Randolfi is a professor in the Department of Health and Human Performance at Montana State University in Billings, Montana. He teaches courses in Methods of Health Promotion, Technological Applications in the Health Sciences, Healthy Behavior Theories, Drug and Alcohol Education, Health Science Research, Worksite Health Promotion and Stress Management & Emotional Health. He has previously taught at Ohio University and Syracuse University where he coordinated the graduate and undergraduate programs in school and community health education.

Dr. Randolfi is a health promotion consultant with his company, Optimal Health Concepts. Through this company he has successfully coordinated over a million dollars in tobacco and drug prevention grants. Other consulting contracts are primarily in the area of stress management and employee health promotion for small and large companies. In 2004 he worked in Cyprus for 7 months as a Fulbright scholar providing professional training in the area of drug prevention. A year later he was asked to return to the island in response to an airline tragedy and the need for continuing education for counselors, doctors, teachers and public health workers on post traumatic stress disorders.

Dr. Randolfi has written numerous articles in professional journals and has presented at national and international conferences on: Stress Management, Post Traumatic Stress Disorders, Drug Prevention Programming, Health Behavior Change Strategies, Worksite Health, Men's Health Issues, and Technological Applications in Health Promotion. His active scholarly agenda resulted in a Faculty Achievement Award from Montana State University-Billings and students at Ohio University selected him as an outstanding university professor for his teaching ability. Due to his research and work in employee health, Dr. Randolfi was selected as a Fellow of the Association of Worksite Health Promotion and he currently serves on the National Certification Commission for the National Association of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Counselors.


Workshops, Presentations and Seminar Topics

Comprehensive Acute Traumatic Stress Management
This presentation can be targeted to the specific audiance requesting the program. Businesses, non-profit organizations, schools, universities, emergency responders, can all benefit from policy development, situation planning, and skill building addressed in this presentation.

Stress Management and Emotional Wellbeing
Techniques and strategies for enhancing emotional health and happiness in today's world. This session describes what we know about people who are happy and able to deal with stressful situations effectively. It emphasizes skill building and practical suggestion for the implementation of lifestyle change strategies.

Time/Life Management: Balancing Work and Life in a Busy World
This interactive workshop leads people to develop a process to determine what is most important in their lives and then helps them plan how to make effective changes to increase life satisfaction.

Additional presentations and workshops available upon request.

Following is a list of organizations with whom Dr. Randolfi has interviewed, consulted or trained:


Hewlett Packard

American Public Health Association

KENTHEA The Center of Education about Drugs and Drug Addicted People

American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance

Cyprus Fulbright Commission

Montana Association of Rehab Counselors

Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch

Society of Public Health Educators

Georgia Public Health Association

Lockwood Public Schools

Center for Disease Control and Prevention

Montana Education Association

Yellowstone Electric Cooperative

British International School in Cyprus



 





Dr. Randolfi
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Dr. Randolfi travels from:
Montana

Email:
info@nc-cm.org

For more information
please telephone:

800-810-7550

 

 

 

 

 

 

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