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 Windy City Times 05.02.12
Adler School’s Dr. Osten, His Role
Working with Underserved Noted in
Windy City Times
05.02.12

In this Windy City Times profile of Chicago psychotherapist Grady L. Garner and his work with those with HIV/AIDS, Dr. Garner also talks about the important work of his husband, the Adler School’s Kevin Osten, Psy.D., Director of the LGBTQ Mental Health and Inclusion Center.

"Kevin's role is to illuminate LGBTQ issues of the most underserved and underrepresented in our community through education, research, community engagement and training," Dr. Garner says.

Click here to read “AIDS: Dr. Garner helps people with AIDS from a mental-health standpoint.”

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