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Chicago Tribune Interviews Dr. Drout on Careers in Rehabilitation Counseling 02.15.15
Chicago Tribune Interviews Dr. Drout on Careers in Rehabilitation Counseling
02.15.15

Chicago Tribune interviewed Mary Drout, Ph.D., about careers in rehabilitation counseling. While Dr. Drout discussed how Adler University prepares practitioners for the field, alumna Lauren Calderon shared her experience as a school caseload counselor.

Dr. Drout explained that rehab counselors often help people injured on the job navigate compensation and disability management issues, and remain employed or return to work. "Our graduates also work in agencies that assist families in adjusting to disability challenges," she added.

Dr.Drout is a certified rehabilitation counselor and program director of Adler University's counseling degree specialization in rehabilitation counseling.

Read Rehabilitation counselors: Helping the disabled function, succeed in life is rewarding

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