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Mental Health Weekly Features Column by Dr. Joseph Troiani on Military Psychology 11.07.11
Mental Health Weekly Features Column by Dr. Joseph Troiani on Military Psychology
11.07.11

In conjunction with the United States’ annual Veterans’ Day observance, Mental Health Weekly—a weekly publication for decision-makers covering business trends; state funding and policy issues; litigation; federal legislation and policy; and innovative practices in mental health—featured a guest column by Adler School professor Dr. Joseph Troiani, a retired U.S. Navy commander and founding coordinator of the Adler School’s Psy.D. track in military clinical psychology.

His column “Educating psychologists to treat our warriors” describes the critical need for specialized psychological services in military-focused clinical psychology, and the Adler School’s new doctoral track in this area. Click here for a PDF of the story.

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