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The Adler School’s Joseph Troiani, Ph.D., was interviewed for CNN's "Legal View with Ashleigh Banfield" about the reintegration process for former prisoners-of-war, in continued wake of U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl's release after five years in Taliban captivity.
Dr. Troiani, a retired U.S. Navy commander, is Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology and founder of the Adler School's programs in military psychology.
"After being confined for five years, the reentry process is pretty difficult, and for some, it takes a little longer period of time when they feel they're ready," Troiani said. "They want to be ready for when they meet their loved ones or families.
But I think the stage is being set at Fort Sam Houston. They have the Fisher House there for families. They have a great community center where families and soldiers are able to socialize and have some time on their own."
A link to the interview is not available at this time.
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