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Dr. Troiani Featured in Polish Media Coverage on Nat'l Veterans Museum Opening 11.09.12
Dr. Troiani Featured in Polish Media Coverage on Nat'l Veterans Museum Opening
11.09.12

Dziennik Zwiazkowy, the widely read Polish newspaper based in Chicago, was among media covering the opening of the National Veterans Art Museum  in its new space, an opening at which the Adler School's Joseph Troiani, Ph.D., spoke as an invited guest speaker.

In the story, Dr. Troiani, associate professor and coordinator of the Adler School’s Psy.D. Track in Military Clinical Psychology, describes how art and its creation provide important therapeutic and cathartic effects for veterans who have suffered physical and psychological trauma. 

Click here to read “Narodowe Muzeum Sztuki Weteranów w Portage Park."

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