Dan Barnes, Ph.D. Chicago Campus

Dan Barnes, Ph.D.
Director, Adler Community Health Services

Through its training programs, Adler Community Health Services provides much needed help to underserved populations. Because the bulk of my teaching is done via such programs, students receive an exciting, active, hands-on education. My job is to supervise services provided by students-in-training, with a teaching philosophy that might best be summarized as “leading from one step behind.”

The Adler School provides a comprehensive education in the standards and practice of professional psychology but adds the sensibility of social responsibility. My professional values mirror this distinct point of view.

Please e-mail or call me (312-662-4041) if you have questions or would like more information about me.

Education

  • Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, University of Kentucky, 1972
  • M.A., Clinical Psychology, University of Kentucky, 1969
  • B.S., Psychology, Loyola University Chicago, 1967

Licensure

  • State of Illinois, License Number 71-1703


Professional Memberships

  • American Psychological Association
  • Division of Clinical Psychology
  • Division of Psychotherapy
  • Illinois Psychological Association
  • Register of Health Services Providers in Psychology

Select Publications

  • Berzins, J.I., Barnes, D.F., Cohen, D.I., & Ross, W.F. (1971). A reappraisal of the A-B distinction in terms of the Personality Research Form. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 36, 360–369
  • Barnes, D.F., & Berzins, J.I. (1978). A and B undergraduate interviewers of schizophrenic and neurotic inpatients: A test of the interaction hypothesis. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 46, 1368–1372

Select Presentations

  • Organizational Conflict Resolution, Mayer, Brown & Platt, Febrary 1999
  • Tacit Knowing Processes, Loyola University Chicago, Center for Faith and Culture; Panelist with Kathleen McCourt, Ph.D., Dean, College of Arts & Sciences, September 1997
  • Career Development and Placement, Marquette University, July 1996
  • Leadership, Organizational Psychologists, December 1995
  • Did Einstein Know Anything That John Paul II Does Not Know?, Loyola University Chicago, Center for Faith and Culture, February 1995

Awards

  • Predoctoral Internship, National Institute of Mental Health, 1971–1972
  • Haggin Scholarship, University of Kentucky, 1969
  • United States Public Health Fellowship, 1967–1969
  • Journalism Scholarship, Loyola University of Chicago, 1967
  • William J. Cook Scholarship, Loyola University of Chicago, 1963–1967
  • Outstanding Contribution Award, Loyola University Chicago, Department of Psychology
  • Who’s Who in the Midwest