Online Campus Graduate Emphasizes the Difference a ‘Just Few’ Can Make
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Online Campus Graduate Emphasizes the Difference a ‘Just Few’ Can Make

The 2018 Adler University class of Chicago and Online campus students graduated on October 21. Carolyn Swora, a graduate of the Master of Arts in Industrial & Organizational Psychology Online Campus program, spoke at the commencement ceremony at the Chicago Theatre. Swora started a consulting firm, Pinnacle Culture, in Burlington, Ontario, Canada two years ago … Continue reading »

Vancouver Campus Graduate Reflects on Importance of Community at Adler University
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Vancouver Campus Graduate Reflects on Importance of Community at Adler University

The 2018 class of Adler University Vancouver Campus students graduated on October 13. It was the largest class in the campus’ history and included the first cohort of graduates of the Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) in Clinical Psychology program in Vancouver. At the commencement ceremony, Psy.D. program graduate Angie Ji reflected on her experience at … Continue reading »

Education About Sexual Assault to Bring About Social Change
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Education About Sexual Assault to Bring About Social Change

Janna A. Henning, J.D., Psy.D., Coordinator for the Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.): Traumatic Stress Psychology emphasis, shares her thoughts and provides information and facts from published studies to help educate and shift the dialogue about sexual assault—to create change. Dear students, colleagues, and friends, In light of the Kavanaugh situation, I want … Continue reading »

Global Refugee Crisis and the Effects of Displacement
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Global Refugee Crisis and the Effects of Displacement

Adler University students toured “Forced from Home,” an interactive exhibit presented by Doctors Without Borders, at the Daley Center in Chicago on Monday, September 24. Tiffany R. Gunn, a student in the M.A. in Counseling: Specialization in Rehabilitation Counseling program, shares her thoughts on the exhibit and the global refugee crisis. The very earth that … Continue reading »

Reluctance to Seeking Therapy in Latino Communities
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Reluctance to Seeking Therapy in Latino Communities

Diversity and culture can greatly influence the landscape of mental health. Communities may develop different approaches and norms for how to engage in various societal structures, such as in our educational and medical systems. For instance, it is common for Latino communities to show a hesitation to accessing mental health services. And unfortunately, these communities … Continue reading »

Experiencing the Benefits of Pet Therapy
Community / In The Classroom

Experiencing the Benefits of Pet Therapy

At Adler University’s Vancouver Campus, students have had opportunities throughout the academic year to learn about pet therapy and directly experience the benefits of spending time with assistance dogs. Derryl-Lynn Braumberger, a student in art therapy, shares her reflections on the experience. During finals season, when the stress levels rise and grad students become little … Continue reading »

Psy.D. Students Learn from Adlerians at International Conference
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Psy.D. Students Learn from Adlerians at International Conference

Adler University provides learning opportunities for our students outside the classroom that help them build their professional knowledge and network with colleagues from around the world. Several students attended the North American Society of Adlerian Psychology (NASAP) annual conference in June 2018 in Toronto and shared their reflections on this learning opportunity.   Francis Sesso-Osburn … Continue reading »