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From immigrant to psychologist: Chicago/Online commencement student speaker seeks to inspire with her Adler journey


Stories | 09.28.23

From immigrant to psychologist: Chicago/Online commencement student speaker seeks to inspire with her Adler journey

Dr. Napoleón is prepared to inspire her peers while sharing her journey — from immigrating from the Dominican Republic as a young child to her experiences as an Afro-Latina with Haitian lineage pursuing a career in mental health.

Stories | 08.07.23

Public policy student helps others comprehend the complex experiences of refugees

“The way refugees are talked about in the media and politics are so polarizing. We want to change that narrative and lens,” Mihalovich said.

Stories | 07.31.23

At Aunt Martha’s Integrated Care Center, a team provides mental health support to foster care youth

Student interns from Adler Community Health Services (ACHS) join an interdisciplinary team of providers — including the chief medical officer, chief clinical officer, care coordinators, nurses, education specialists, and therapists — to provide evidence-based, value-driven, and trauma-informed care at the ICC.

Stories | 07.27.23

That’s what friends are for: Psy.D. student weighs in

Friendship is powerful and has been shown to improve people’s overall mental well-being. Let’s celebrate International Day of Friendship on July 30.

Stories | 07.10.23

Disability Pride Month: Students share the evolution of their views on their disabilities

July is Disability Pride Month, a time to celebrate the history, experiences, struggles, and successes of the disability community.

Stories | 06.30.23

3 myths about immigration in America

The US is home to more international migrants than any other country. But even though immigration is an actively debated topic, immigrants are poorly understood.

Stories | 06.26.23

5 ways you can be a better LGBTQI+ ally — all year long

Amid the growing list of legislation targeting transgender youths, drag shows, and books around the country, it begs the question: What does it mean to offer support and advocate for the LGBTQ+ community?

Stories | 06.20.23

‘Small but mighty’: Alum on the challenges, triumphs of mental health, LGBTQI+ advocacy work in rural Iowa

Raymond offers insight on the ups and downs of working in a rural community, his work with LGBTQ+ advocacy, providing support for students from immigrant and refugee families, and how his time at Adler University prepared him for this line of social justice work.

Stories | 06.13.23

Psy.D. student receives Schweitzer Fellowship, creates project to uplift immigrants, refugees

“At Adler, we’re encouraged to emphasize our social responsibility, social justice theories, and putting it all that theory into practice,” said Al-Najjar.

Stories | 06.08.23

Dr. Marina Bluvshtein receives 2023 NASAP Lifetime Achievement Award

“I’m honored and filled with so much gratitude to receive the award from this community,” said Dr. Bluvshtein, diplomate in Adlerian Psychology. “Having the NASAP family in my life has been a highlight in my career.”

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