As Adler University’s Associate Director of Communications, Evan Bryson helped facilitate the creation of Social Change magazine. In what ways does an online magazine facilitate activism? How do you hope readers navigate and leverage the new platform? It’s like the Washington Post’s masthead says, “Democracy dies in the dark.” Movements, manifestos, research, reportage — those …
Since my first day of practice, I knew that psychotherapy was my calling. Then, several years later, a second mission took over my life without warning: the need to become Lyme literate.
Slavery lurks in every crack and crevice of the globe, including the United States—a nation eager to leave its history of slavery firmly in the past.
Without the proper supports, officers too often get depressed and cynical, they turn to alcohol and drugs to cope, they become angry and violent.
Adler University alumna Megan Pinfield created Self-Compassion Oriented Resilience Building (SCORB), which won this year’s Innovation Award by the Canadian Association of University and College Student Services Professionals.
Our alumni all over the world reach out to us sharing updates and news–and often a few words about the people and experiences that have stayed with them since their days at Adler. We’d like to share a few as we welcome our newest students to our Adler community and everyone back to school for our 2015-2016 academic year.
I have been heavily involved in activist communities for more than 30 years. This life of activism has educated me and informed my work to transform society in socially just ways. We are out to change the world—as activists, communities, and therapists.