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Forensic Counseling Graduate Supports Local Police Department in Colorado

In the Media | 09.17.18

A graduate of Adler University’s forensic counseling program, Stephanie Booco, M.A. ’12, recently joined Fort Collins Police Services as a Mental Health Co-Responder. Booco uses her education and experience in mental health situations to assist responding officers.

“Without my Adler education, my work would not be possible,” Booco said.

Watch the CBS story, “Mental Health Expert To Join Fort Collins Police Force.”

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