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Improving police-community relations: Adler launches new public safety psychology course

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University News | 04.12.24

Forbes Advisor recognizes Adler University’s online Ph.D. program among the country’s best

Forbes Advisor named the Adler University online Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Industrial and Organizational (I/O) Psychology as one of the country’s top programs. The program received recognition on both the ‘Best Online Ph.D. In Organizational Psychology Programs Of 2024’ and ‘Best Online Doctorates In Psychology Of 2024’ lists.

In the Media | 04.10.24

Adler professor shares insight on what to consider before moving in with your significant other

Kristina S. Brown, Ph.D., LMFT, chair and professor in the Department of Couple and Family Therapy, offers Southern California Public Radio insight into what to consider before you move in with your significant other.

In the Media | 03.08.24

Adler professor shares insight on what bullying is, health effects and how to stop it

Jason Walker, Psy.D., Ph.D., SHRM-SCP, CPHR, associate professor and program director in the Department of Industrial-Organizational and Applied Psychology at Adler University, shared insight with Everyday Health about the signs and symptoms of bullying, along with the effects it can have on someone and how to address it.

In the Media | 03.05.24

Benefits of equine-assisted therapy, Adler professor shares insight

Sandra Kakacek, Ed.D., associate professor and training director in the Department of Counseling and Integrated Programs at Adler University, shares insight on the benefits of equine-assisted therapy with Fodor’s Travel.

In the Media | 03.04.24

Adler professor shares insight on how to care for abusive parents

Mark Bilkey, Psy.D., associate chair of the Department of Counseling and Integrated Programs, shares insight about caring for abusive parents with Chicago Caregiving Magazine.

Stories | 02.07.24

About a third of employees have faced bullying at work – here’s how to recognize and deal with it

You’d call the police if a stranger in public did what many bullies at work get away with. 2 researchers who study workplace violence describe the widespread phenomenon.

In the Media | 02.05.24

Adler professor addresses the impact of bias on Black women's mental health

Dara Winley, Ph.D., LMFT, authored a piece for Psychology Today addressing the impact of gender and racial pay gaps on Black women’s mental health.

In the Media | 01.09.24

Adler professor shares insight on common relationship deal breakers and how to handle them

Kristina S. Brown, Ph.D., LMFT, chair and professor in the Department of Couple and Family Therapy at Adler University, offers insight to Women’s Health about relationship deal breakers and how to handle them.

Stories | 12.07.23

CSIS sexual assault allegations highlight the need for external oversight

The complainants say CSIS’s internal complaint procedure is deficient, leaving people who complain open to reprisals without access to outside assistance.

In the Media | 12.06.23

Surprising symptoms of anxiety in runners, Adler professor shares insight

Teresa Behrend Fletcher, Ph.D., program director and professor of sport and human performance at Adler University, offers insight to Runner’s World about surprising symptoms of anxiety in runners.

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