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Michele Kerulis, Ed.D., Director, M.A. in Counseling: Specialization in Sport & Health Psychology
The Atlantic Talks with Dr. Kerulis on
'The People Who Can't Not Run'

"Streak runners" or "streakers" are people who run every day--according to the United States Running Streak Association, "at least one continuous mile within each calendar day under one's own body power." For this story about them, The Atlantic spoke with the Adler School's Michele Kerulis, Ed.D., LCPC, CC-AASP

Dr. Kerulis is Director of the Adler School's M.A. in Counseling: Sport and Health Psychology Specialization program and a certified consultant with the Association for Applied Sport Psychology.

Click here to read: "The People Who Can't Not Run."  

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