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Morris left after her first year in law school, determined to find a better fit for her graduate education. And she found it in Adler University’s accelerated Master of Public Policy program, with a focus on human rights advocacy.
The Southern Regional Behavioral Health Policy Board is one of five distinct regional boards in the state of Nevada. It is composed of community leaders, health care and treatment providers, and others who facilitate collaboration focused on improving the behavioral health system in Nevada by developing a shared understanding of the behavioral health issues facing each region and allowing for more effective planning across the state.
Currently a resident of British Columbia, Canada, Williams earned her master’s in couselling psychology from Adler University in 2018.
Assistant professor and clinical training director Rachel Diamond, Ph.D., LMFT, is featured on the podcast Love in the Time of Everyone to discuss the complexities of relationships, and the role of therapy versus technology.
The newly named Joy MacPhail Master of Public Policy and Administration program (MPPA) is also raising funds to establish the Joy MacPhail MPPA Leadership Scholarship, the University’s first for students who identify as women, and an annual Women’s Leadership Showcase.
When Anne Bélanger received her son’s second-grade class picture in 2013, a wave of emotion hit her. While Miles was among his peers, they were grouped together, but he was positioned off to the side in his wheelchair. The moment sparked her passion for advocacy and set the course of her life in a different direction.
Adler Chicago assistant professor and clinical training director Rachel Diamond, Ph.D., LMFT, shared positive distractions and grounding exercises to reduce the physical and psychological symptoms of anxiety with Happify Health.
In a Medical News Today article, Bluvshtein speaks on how the pandemic affects ways humans interact and communicate with one another.
Mental Health Awareness Month is a good reminder that where we spend our time matters. This spring, focus on cleaning up and curating your social media feed.
In the June issue, President Raymond Crossman shares how being a part of the LGBTQ community has helped him navigate his work as an administrator, the importance of diversity in higher education leadership, and the LGBTQ human rights work still ahead of us.