Chicago | Program Director
Master of Arts in Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling
As a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC), I would love to help my students learn about various kinds of disabilities and equip them with clinical knowledge and skills. My teaching goals include to have a comprehensive understanding of the profession, to be exposed to as many kinds of disabilities as possible, and to learn professional skills such as intake interviews, note-taking, eligibility determination, vocational and other rehabilitation services planning, reading medical records and assessment reports, and writing assessment reports. The inclusion of technology enhances the structural delivery of my courses and creates an interactive, dynamic and facilitative learning environment for my students. Moreover, I am committed to accommodating students with disabilities to maximize their learning.
My advising/mentoring of students focuses on their professional developments and personal growths. I provide individual meetings (or send out check-in emails if preferred) at least twice at a semester to monitor academic progress and professional readiness for becoming a competent rehabilitation counselor. My advisees are expected to develop a clear picture of their career paths and the topics will be discussed include the specific disability populations and types of agencies that they may be interested in working for.
Located in the heart of the city, the Chicago Campus was designed to provide and inspire the learning and living experience. To that end, we have created an environment that caters to your mental, emotional, and intellectual growth. Our classrooms are bright and spacious with windows to the outside world and the latest technology. In our Library, you will find every resource you need to research, form, and shape your journey. At Adler University, we have more than enough room to share your thoughts and flex your intellect.