In the News
In this story reflecting on the Boston Marathon bombing that killed three people and injured 264 a year ago Tuesday--and talking with Chicagoans who will run this year--the Chicago Tribune spoke with Michele Kerulis, Ed.D., LCPC, CC-AASP, about psychological effects the bombing and related trauma can have on runners.
Among her comments, Dr. Kerulis, Director of the Adler School's M.A. in Counseling: Sport and Health Psychology Specialization program, explains that after the trauma of the bombing, resilience and perception play important roles in how runners cope and "bounce back."
Click here to read: "Boston Marathon victims to be honored." ABC 5 Cleveland also ran the story, as “Survivors and runners return to race in Boston Marathon to honor bombing victims."
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