Info Apply Share

Request Information

You need a Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution to enroll in Adler University programs.

Okay

In the Media | 10.28.19

Adler University Partnership with Lookout Housing and Health Society Featured in New West Record

Adler University has partnered with Lookout Housing and Health Society to provide community-focused mental health services in New West and Vancouver. The program, part of Adler Community Health Services, aims to help those experiencing extreme poverty and homelessness. Adler University students will provide individual therapy, group therapy, psychological assessments, and more.

“In contrast to many clinical training programs, where mental health services are offered on a university campus, we offer services directly in the communities where underserved populations live,” said Bradley O’Hara, Executive Dean of the Vancouver Campus. “By working within communities, our students gain valuable insight into the surrounding social conditions that affect mental health so they can better serve guests.”

Read more in the New West Record article, “Organizations team up to tackle homelessness in New West and Vancouver.”

Related Stories

Vancouver Students Providing Counselling Through Chilliwack Youth Health Centre

Kathy McKay and Villeena Villantheran, students in the Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) program in Vancouver are providing counseling services for youth ages 12 to 26 through a partnership with the Chilliwack Youth Health Centre and the University of Fraser Valley.

Learn More

Adler Student Highlights Value of Doctorate Degree in U.S. News & World Report

Rachel D. Miller, a Chicago Campus student in the Doctorate of Philosophy in Couple and Family Therapy program, was featured in a U.S. News & World Report story about doctorate degrees and why students choose to pursue them.

Learn More

Dr. Crossman Talks to Chronicle of Higher Education about Trump's Destructive Tactics

The Chronicle of Higher Education interviewed higher education thought leaders from across the country, including Adler University President Raymond E. Crossman, Ph.D., about the Trump administration's "implicit battle with higher education."

Learn More