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Dr. Elena Quintana, Executive Director of Adler University’s Institute on Public Safety & Social Justice, joined Black Press of America’s “Let It Be Known” last week to speak on her role on the Independent Monitoring Team for Chicago Police Department’s Consent Decree. The Consent Decree is court-approved settlement that requires the Chicago Police Department (CPD) […]
Joy MacPhail, Chair of the Adler University Board of Trustees, has remained a strong advocate for affordable housing across British Columbia. Earlier this year, MacPhail chaired the expert panel on the Future of Housing Supply, offering recommendations to create more affordable housing options across the province. Last week, Joy MacPhail stressed the importance of tackling […]
Marsha Vaughn, Ph.D., Professor for the Chicago Campus Couple and Family Therapy department, shares how she guides students through the dissertation and clinical writing process.
Elena Quintana, Ph.D., Executive Director of the Institute on Public Safety and Social Justice, joined the “Teachers’ Lounge” podcast to discuss the development of a new bachelors-level program in Applied Psychology offered virtually by Adler University’s Online Campus at Big Muddy River Correctional Center in Illinois.
Couple and Family Therapy (Ph.D.) student Rachel D. Miller shared advice on evaluating relationships and establishing healthy boundaries with friends.
Rabiatu E. Barrie, Ph.D., Chicago Campus Assistant Professor, was recently featured by Natalie Y. Moore in a column examining the relationships between father and daughters in time for Father’s Day.
Joy MacPhail, Chair of the Adler University Board of Trustees, received a 2021 YWCA Women of Distinction Award for Business & the Professions from the YWCA Metro Vancouver.
Chicago Campus graduate and adjunct faculty Aimee Daramus, Psy.D. ’16, recently joined Authority Magazine to share about her book, Understanding Bipolar Disorder. “I want to provide ways for people to understand mental illness and people with a mental illness in a way that builds knowledge and connection,” Daramus said.
Vancouver Campus graduate, Linda Lin, M.A. ’18, shared her experience as a racial trauma counsellor as her practice experiences an increase in patients seeking counselling in the midst numerous attacks on the Asian community.
Chicago Campus graduate, Lauren Wozniak, M.A. ’17, shares how art therapy can help people process grief on ABC7 News.