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Chicago Campus student Maria Guevara has spent the last eight years working at Lawndale Christian Health Center. Her work in health care has helped her realize the importance of mental health care and the need to treat the whole patient.
Online Campus student Daniel Merker shares his Social Justice Practicum experience at The Amarillo Museum of Art, where he helped create programs to bring communities together and advance social justice through art.
As Adlerians, we stand up against violence and oppression in all forms. Chicago Campus art therapy student Elisha-Rio Apilado shares her thoughts and artwork in response to recent acts of violence, police brutality, and hate crimes toward Asian Americans.
Chicago Campus graduate Karolina Przegienda, M.A. ‘15, Psy.D. ‘18, shares how her work as an active-duty military psychologist is helping raise awareness of the importance of mental health services in the military.
During Women’s History Month in the United States, Adler University celebrates the lives and accomplishments of all women and recognizes the continued fight for equality.
Adlerian psychologist Kimberly M. Martin, Psy.D. ’10, hosts community workshops and a podcast called “Tea and Therapy” to create community connections and increase access to mental health information.
Adler University celebrates the achievements of Black people in the U.S. and Canada, recognizing their abilities to navigate structures that were not built for their success. We encourage the Adler University community and the public to join us this Black History Month to learn, participate, and celebrate.
Samantha Coleman, Ph.D., Online Campus faculty and Director of Student Experience and Academic Advising, co-founded Black to the Beginning to increase conversations about adoption in the Black community and to create a community for Black adoptees.
Vancouver Campus graduate Joe Ramirez, MCP ’12, is a Certified Adlerian Psychotherapist and owner and Principal Counsellor of Clear Counselling. Ramirez shares his personal experience of how he found belonging through community involvement and Adlerian principles.
We honor the contributions and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who has informed and inspired social justice and civil rights work since 1955 and continues to do so in the present through movements such as Black Lives Matter. Explore resources and find ways to observe Martin Luther King Jr. Day on January 18 through action within yourself, in your community, and beyond.