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WGN-TV News Interviews
 Dr. Troiani on Military Mental
 Health Issues 03.13.12
WGN-TV News Interviews
Dr. Troiani on Military Mental
Health Issues
03.13.12

In the wake of reports that a U.S. soldier is suspected of fatally shooting 16 civilians in Afghanistan, WGN-TV Morning News anchors Larry Potash  and Robin Baumgarten spoke with  Dr. Joseph Troiani, founding coordinator of the Adler School’s Psy.D. track in military clinical psychology, about post-traumatic stress (PTSD), traumatic brain injury (TBI) and mental health issues among active-duty military personnel, particularly after multiple combat deployments.  He also discussed government response to mental health care and resources for the military, and building psychological resiliency.

Click here to read the full interview: “Guest: Joseph Troiani, Expert in military clinical psychology.”

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