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Joseph Troiani, Ph.D., associate professor of clinical psychology at Adler University, offers insight to FOX News about concerns related to the use of the mind-altering drug ayahuasca.
“At Adler, we’re encouraged to emphasize our social responsibility, social justice theories, and putting it all that theory into practice,” said Al-Najjar.
“I know I’ll be ready to achieve my goals after my time here at Adler,” Abby Bautista said. “And I can be honest today; I would not be at Adler if I didn’t get that scholarship.”
Both degrees open up career paths that offer exciting opportunities to help others and change the world, but there are some critical differences.
Joseph Troiani, Ph.D., associate professor of clinical psychology and founding director of Adler’s Military Psychology Program, and retired military intelligence officer, offers insight in a How It Works article about the ethics of dosing unwitting men with LSD. Read the full article.
Four Adler University doctoral students were commissioned as officers in the U.S. Air Force on Jan. 12 as part of the Health Professions Scholarship Program.
“I’m very humbled because I never saw myself accomplishing my work singularly, it has always been in collaboration with others,” she said. “I’ve always felt I was here to make a contribution.”
The decade-long reauthorization — which is twice as long as typically granted — underscores the quality of the University’s Psy.D. program.
Denise Dailey, Psy.D., was only 10 years old when both of her parents were deployed abroad in support of the global war on terrorism following the 9/11 attacks.
When Tuzun started studying psychology in 2009, she was more than 5,000 miles away from Adler University. After one giant leap of courage, a school transfer, and five years of refining her research, her hard work paid off.