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Bathje says that psychedelics can act as good disruptors to symptoms common with mental and behavioral disorders.
In conversation with Health Central, Adler Chicago assistant professor and clinical training director Rachel Diamond, Ph.D., LMFT, talks on the impact of losing a child during pregnancy. She discusses how legitimizing prolonged grief disorder, or PGD, can help people with reproductive trauma.
Bathje says that psychedelics can help with physical brain health, besides improving symptoms of depression and other mental disorders.
In an interview with Health Magazine, Bathje speaks about the benefits of MDMA and cognitive behavioral therapy.
In conversation with Authority Magazine, Adler Chicago’s associate professor, Cadmona Hall, Ph.D., shares her experience as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and how to rekindle love in marriage. Hall shares ways in which couples can learn from disconnection and fuel themselves into a healthy relationship again.
Adler Chicago associate professor, Geoff Bathje, Ph.D., was quoted by the Chicago Tribune in an article exploring natural psychedelic treatment for physical and psychological ailments. Bathje speaks on the possible decriminalization of plant-based psychedelics and how to ensure equity for practitioners.
After School Matters’ Chief Program Officer Melissa Mister joined Fox 32 Chicago to speak on the program and their partnership with Adler Community Health Services to provide individual and group counseling for teens and training workshops for embedded instructors.
Andrea Carter, Industrial and Organizational psychology M.A. candidate, recently spoke with The Northern Miner Podcast and The Globe and Mail about her research on how mining organizations can maximize their workforce potential through practices centered on diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.
When COVID-19 hit, higher institutions around the world needed quick solutions to make class and office hours accessible to students. Adler Vancouver professor, Nathan Hall, M.A., shares with EdSurge the technology that helped him shift to virtual teaching while working at two different institutions.
Adler Vancouver faculty member, Amir Sepehry, Ph.D., was profiled on the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) website to talk about the intersection of psychology and medicine, known as psychopharmacology. He is the Chair of the Psychopharmacology Section at the CPA.