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In the Media | 10.24.20

Dr. Wolff Discusses How Psychology Can Address Social Issues in Psychology Today

Joshua R. Wolff, Ph.D., who teaches for the Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) program in Chicago, was recently interviewed by Psychology Today. Dr. Wolff and Judith Glassgold, Psy.D., a colleague from Rutgers University, discussed the importance of psychology in addressing social issues in the face of COVID-19.

“Psychology affects every aspect of our lives – the ways we make decisions, our motivation, how we feel, how we connect to other people, what types of job responsibilities we enjoy,” Dr. Wollf said. “Thus, psychologists can be useful and improve a person’s quality of life in almost any setting.”

Dr. Wolff recently co-authored a report on the impact of COVID-19 on psychology training and education.

Read more in the Psychology Today article, “Using Psychology to Address Social Problems.”

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