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Rabiatu E. Barrie, Ph.D., Chicago Campus Assistant Professor, was recently featured by Natalie Y. Moore in a column examining the relationships between father and daughters in time for Father’s Day.
Chicago Campus graduate and adjunct faculty Aimee Daramus, Psy.D. ’16, recently joined Authority Magazine to share about her book, Understanding Bipolar Disorder. “I want to provide ways for people to understand mental illness and people with a mental illness in a way that builds knowledge and connection,” Daramus said.
Wendy Paszkiewicz, Psy.D., Vice President of Academic Affairs, was recently interviewed by Chicago Campus graduates Jessica Strang, Psy.D. ‘07, and Jennifer Trivelli, Psy.D. ‘07, on their podcast, “Everything You Want to Know About Therapy *but were too afraid to ask.”
Adlerian psychologist Kimberly M. Martin, Psy.D. ’10, hosts community workshops and a podcast called “Tea and Therapy” to create community connections and increase access to mental health information.
Dr. Biedermann shares thoughts on the potential long-term impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on young children and offers suggestions for parents and educators.
For the next three years, five Adler University students in the Vancouver Campus Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) program will receive a continuing scholarship, thanks to a generous donation from Trustee Pamela Richardson and her husband, David.
Marla Vannucci, Ph.D., Chicago Campus Associate Professor discussed the reality that drastic change in 2021 will not come in a short time frame, and shared coping strategies for managing uncertainty.
Pulling from her expertise as an educator and practicing family therapist, Chicago Campus Associate Professor Marla Vannucci, Ph.D., provides advice for coping with uncertainty, embracing change, and setting realistic expectations for 2021.
Adler University student Shelley Walker shares how the Emergency Response Scholarship Fund has helped support her and many other students facing financial challenges because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Joshua R. Wolff, Ph.D., who teaches for the Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) program in Chicago, was recently interviewed by Psychology Today on the importance of psychology in addressing social issues in the face of COVID-19.