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Tricia-Kay Williams, M.A. ’18, recently welcomed Vancouver Campus Adjunct Faculty Samar Shata, M.A. ’12, to to her Meta Transitions videos series to discuss the Black Lives Matter movement and systemic racism, and to offer advice for self-care and coping with trauma.
Chicago Campus Master of Arts in Counseling: Art Therapy student Zachary D. Van Den Berg (he/him/they/them) recently created a video project to archive the lived experiences of LGBTQ+ art therapists.
Online Campus graduate Tracey Burraston, M.A. ’18, is helping veterans manage post-traumatic stress disorder through outdoor activities, sport, and other alternative therapies.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Adler Community Health Services (ACHS) student interns provided both in-person and telehealth services to youth in the foster care system.
Chicago Campus students founded the Homelessness Student Advocacy Organization to advocate for people who are experiencing homelessness and raise awareness of the many different experiences.
Lori Wilson completed her SJP at Girls Rock! Grand Rapids, a music and arts camp that encourages youth to express themselves creatively.
The Adler University Center for Diversity and Inclusion, with support from the Chicago Campus Diversity and Inclusion Committee, recently hosted a three-part Common Hour series about the impact of COVID-19 on Chicago’s Black communities.
In recognition of Juneteenth, the Chicago Campus Diversity & Inclusion Committee put together information and resources for reflection and celebration. They also announced Adler University’s decision to acknowledge June 19 as an official University holiday.
Danielle Kokochak, an Online Campus Master of Arts in Psychology student, is designing a resource to address the rising risk of domestic abuse during the pandemic.
Denise Dailey, M.A. ’16, a Chicago Campus Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) student, is helping veterans in transitional housing on Chicago’s West Side stay connected during the pandemic through telehealth services.