Dr. John Rodolico (LTC, US Army)
Chief Clinical Officer
John Rodolico, PhD currently serves as Chief Clinical Officer of Strive Health. Prior to joining Strive, Dr. Rodolico served as the Chief of Behavioral Health in the Massachusetts National Guard, Medical Command where he spearheaded many projects dealing with suicide, substance abuse, and resiliency, while also serving as the Director of Training, Co-Occurring Institute and Director of the Military Consultation Service at McLean Hospital.Over his extensive military career, Dr. Rodolico has been consistently involved in treating soldiers for combat stress injuries, training medical personnel in behavioral health, and a constant advocate for resiliency and suicide prevention. As an officer in the United States Army Reserve, he served as the Executive Officer of a combat stress company deployed to Iraq in 2003 and 2006. During that time, in his operational role he helped redesign the delivery of mental health care to Soldiers and Marines in the Sunni Triangle of Iraq while maintaining mission completion throughout the region.Further, Dr. Rodolico is committed to using evidence-based treatments to help people with substance use disorders across the life span and his experience working in addictions spans over 30 years. His main area of research is motivational psychology and evidence-based treatments for co-occurring disorders. Dr. Rodolico also has an extensive teaching history over the past two decades, supervising clinical psychology interns, post-doctoral fellows, and addiction psychiatry fellows. He has given numerous presentations, group consultations, and trainings on substance use disorders, motivational interviewing, and suicide prevention with military personnel.Dr. Rodolico also currently serves as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School.