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Community partners collaborate to strengthen mental health support for struggling students


Stories | 04.19.23

Q&A: Managing eco-anxiety and its impact on our mental health

In celebration of Earth Day on April 22, Dr. Debbie Clelland offers ways to manage eco-anxiety’s negative impact on our mental health, along with sharing her knowledge on its relation to social justice and youth.

Stories | 04.11.23

2023 NASAP conference focuses on ‘changemaking’; early registration open through April 22

Those who are interested in learning, networking, and earning continuing education credits are encouraged to register for the 71st NASAP Annual Conference, a four-day in-person conference focused on Adlerian psychology from June 1-4 in Denver, Colorado.

Stories | 03.29.23

Influencing policy: Adler student seeks to impact two City of Chicago programs

The first is to find ways to expand awareness and access to the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). The second, advocate for continuing funding of a program that aids new mothers and improves maternal and infant health outcomes.

Stories | 03.20.23

Dr. Neal Rubin to receive award from APA’s Society for Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Psychology

“I am deeply honored to receive this recognition and in turn hope to do justice to this award by continuing to advocate for human rights and dignity in our field and in our global society.”

Stories | 03.13.23

VA to honor Adler military psychology graduate for research on homeless veterans

“What I hope the decision-makers at the VA consider in my findings are the factors that influence readmission rates,” Naiomi Rivera-Rivera said.

Stories | 03.03.23

A little bit of narcissism is normal and healthy – here’s how to tell when it becomes pathological

Narcissistic abuse in relationships can take the form of extreme emotional abuse. Yet both the victim and the abuser may have difficulty recognizing it.

Stories | 02.27.23

Inspired by book and Adlerian philosophy, donor gives Adler University gift

“I think if more people read the book and actually practiced Adler’s principles in daily life, which is extremely difficult to do, there would be much less human suffering in this world,” said Jeannine Choi-Addo.

Stories | 02.20.23

World Day of Social Justice: International students share how social justice will impact their work

Feb. 20 is World Day of Social Justice, created by the General Assembly of the United Nations to recognize the need to promote efforts to tackle issues such as poverty, exclusion, gender inequality, unemployment, human rights, and social protections.

Stories | 02.16.23

Moving human rights in psychology forward: Nominations sought for new APA Division 52 scholarship award

Nominations are due March 15. Award recipients will receive a check for $100 and will be recognized at Division 52 meetings at the APA Annual Convention.

Stories | 02.13.23

Exploring the importance of LGBTQ leadership: A conversation with Adler University President Ray Crossman

Dr. Crossman will reflect on his experiences as the president of Adler and share insights from his new anthology, “LGBTQ Leadership in Higher Education.”

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