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Behavioral Healthcare Cover Story Features Adler School Psy.D. Track in Military Psychology 03.30.12
Behavioral Healthcare Cover Story Features Adler School Psy.D. Track in Military Psychology
03.30.12

“We read it in the news and hear it on television: The U.S. is not prepared to meet the growing demands of military personnel for behavioral health services for post-traumatic stress disorders (PTSD) and traumatic brain injuries (TBI). Clearly, the strain on military resources is showing,” writes Joseph Troiani, Ph.D., founding coordinator of the Adler School’s Psy.D. track in military clinical psychology, in the March/April issue of Behavioral Healthcare.

Featuring photos of Adler School students and alumni with military experience who are addressing the military’s psychological health needs, this cover story describes how and why the Adler School developed and offers its unique Psy.D. military clinical psychology track.

Click here to read “Fighting for hearts and minds: New psychologists training for active-duty military service.”

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