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Profiles in Diversity Journal
 Interviews Dr. Troiani for
 Story on Military Sexual Trauma 05.01.12
Profiles in Diversity Journal
Interviews Dr. Troiani for
Story on Military Sexual Trauma
05.01.12

The U.S. Veterans Administration is not the only agency responding to the needs of military veterans affected by military sexual trauma and traumas associated with their military service. The Adler School has also responded with introduction of a military clinical psychology track within its Doctorate of Clinical Psychology Program, reports the Profiles in Diversity Journal. Interviewed for the story was Joseph Troiani, Ph.D., founding coordinator of the Adler School’s Psy.D. track in military clinical psychology.

Click here and flip to page 42 to read “Surviving on and off the battlefield: How female survivors of military sexual trauma push for recovery.”

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