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Chicago Campus student Maria Guevara has spent the last eight years working at Lawndale Christian Health Center. Her work in health care has helped her realize the importance of mental health care and the need to treat the whole patient.
Chicago Campus Assistant Professor Tiffany Stoner-Harris, Ph.D., will be honored in the YWCA Quad-Cities Race Against Racism for her dedication to her students and her social justice advocacy.
Missouri Governor Mike Parson recently appointed Adler University Chicago Campus graduate Eric Hart, Psy.D., to the Missouri Brain Injury Advisory Council.
Faces of the Fox, an interactive community art exhibit, was created to showcase the diversity of the Fox River Valley in Illinois—an effort to bring to light the different people that make up communities.
Geoff Bathje, Ph.D., core faculty for the Master of Arts in Counseling: Specialization in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program in Chicago and an expert on harm reduction, was featured in an article regarding his views on integrating the use of a new smartphone app to reduce opioid overdoses.
Geoff Bathje, Ph.D., core faculty for the Adler University Clinical Mental Health Counseling program, helped organize a survey of the Chicago mayoral candidates about their views on the opioid crisis and harm reduction, which was featured in a Chicago Tribune story.
Geoff Bathje, Ph.D., core faculty for the Adler University Clinical Mental Health Counseling program in Chicago, shared his views on integrating psychedelics into safe contexts in a Vox story.
An Adler University student helped organize an art exhibit celebrating diversity at the St. Charles Public Library in suburban Chicago.
An Adler University graduate has been selected for a prestigious national fellowship to further her work providing individual and family counseling services to diverse clientele.