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Adler University Chicago Campus faculty and students share advice for maintaining strong relationships—as couples, as parents, and across generations—during the pandemic.
Adler University students and faculty face language barriers and muddy trails to teach and learn alongside doctors in Panama.
Lookout Housing and Health Society and Adler University have launched new mental health services to help people experiencing homelessness or living in extreme poverty achieve increased stability in their lives.
Chicago Campus Associate Professor Cadmona A. Hall, Ph.D. was quoted in a Chicago Tribune column about Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
Twins Jan and Jill Yuhas, alumnae of the Master of Arts in Couple and Family Therapy program in Chicago, discussed building a business rooted in their core values during an interview with Thrive Global.
Dominique Barnes-Walker, LSW, MSW, a student in the Ph.D. in Couple and Family Therapy in Chicago, was recently a guest on The Research Her podcast, a show dedicated to discussing the health and research disparities present in culture for women of color.
Katie Roach is a first-year student in the Master of Arts in Couple and Family Therapy program in Chicago.
Kristina Brown, Ph.D., Chair of the Couple and Family Therapy Department at Adler University was interviewed by the Chicago Tribune for a story on family relationships.
Rachel D. Miller, a Chicago Campus student in the Doctorate of Philosophy in Couple and Family Therapy program, was featured in a U.S. News & World Report story about doctorate degrees and why students choose to pursue them.
Nisan Ilkmen a Ph.D. student in the Couple and Family Therapy program in Chicago, shares how her immigration experience and multi-cultural background led her to want to become a social-justice-focused family therapist.