In the News
In its February 2014 issue, G.I. Jobs magazine features a spotlight on the Adler University's degree programs in military psychology: its Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.): Military Clinical Psychology Track, and its online M.A. in Psychology: Specialization in Military Psychology. For the story, writer and U.S. Air Force veteran Cecil Guy speaks with the Adler University's Grady Osten-Garner, Ph.D., and Leslie (Les) Waite for their perspective and experience.
Dr. Osten-Garner, a retired U.S. Army Reserve Captain, is Core Faculty and Coordinator of the Psy.D. track in military clinical psychology. Waite is a second-year student in the program and a veteran who served more than 11 years with the Ohio Air National Guard. Also cited is Joseph Troiani, Ph.D., retired U.S. Navy Commander and an Adler University Core Faculty member who founded the University's military psychology offerings.
Click here for a PDF of the story "Mastering military psychology: Adler University offers two graduate degrees with a military focus."
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