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Improving police-community relations: Adler launches new public safety psychology course

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In the Media | 03.05.24

Benefits of equine-assisted therapy, Adler professor shares insight

Sandra Kakacek, Ed.D., associate professor and training director in the Department of Counseling and Integrated Programs at Adler University, shares insight on the benefits of equine-assisted therapy with Fodor’s Travel.

In the Media | 03.04.24

Adler professor shares insight on how to care for abusive parents

Mark Bilkey, Psy.D., associate chair of the Department of Counseling and Integrated Programs, shares insight about caring for abusive parents with Chicago Caregiving Magazine.

University News | 02.27.24

Panel of higher education visionaries to explore assets of diversity in leadership

In an eye-opening panel conversation, three diverse leaders will seek to explore the importance of individuals who identify as women, people of color, and members of the LGBTQ+ community in leadership roles and the distinct assets they bring to meet today’s challenges in organizations and society.

Stories | 02.27.24

From theory to practice: Sport and human performance course shows how people gain, improve skills

Motor learning and skill acquisition, in layman’s terms, explores and breaks down how people gain new skills and improve performance — from riding a bike and kicking a soccer ball to walking down a busy sidewalk.

Stories | 02.20.24

‘Taking care of our caregivers’: Partnership with Providence expands mental health support

Recognizing the pressing needs of health care workers, Providence Health Care is prioritizing mental health services for its employees through an innovative partnership with Adler University to provide support.

Stories | 02.15.24

Adler students address need for more cultural competency training in mental health care for Arab/MENA clients

The chapter provides culturally appropriate considerations for clinicians working with the Arab/MENA population. Readers are able to conceptualize Arab/MENA demographics and cultural variations, along with gaining a clear understanding of the history and identities that comprise the population.

University News | 02.14.24

2024 Joy MacPhail Women’s Leadership Showcase highlights importance of leading during challenging times

Aptly themed “Leading in Challenging Times,” the annual gathering of inspiring leaders, students of the Joy MacPhail Master of Public Policy program, and the Vancouver community seeks to connect and celebrate the shared purpose of advancing social justice, challenging public policy, and enhancing the well-being of communities.

Stories | 02.07.24

About a third of employees have faced bullying at work – here’s how to recognize and deal with it

You’d call the police if a stranger in public did what many bullies at work get away with. 2 researchers who study workplace violence describe the widespread phenomenon.

In the Media | 02.05.24

Adler professor addresses the impact of bias on Black women's mental health

Dara Winley, Ph.D., LMFT, authored a piece for Psychology Today addressing the impact of gender and racial pay gaps on Black women’s mental health.

Stories | 02.05.24

Transforming trauma into stories of hope, healing, and resistance

We can leverage the healing powers of the creative self to help trauma survivors heal and become agents of healing in their communities. I know this because, 20 years ago, I shared a single poem that ignited a decade-long global social justice movement exploring and harnessing the transformative and healing power of art.

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