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‘Building Community for Social Justice’ celebrations raise $160K for the Adler Opportunity Scholarship Endowment

Momentum to continue on Give Day, to be held May 23-24


Stories | 05.23.23

Future of law enforcement: Alum offers insight on co-responding to mental health crisis calls

Some police departments are pairing officers with behavioral health clinicians to respond to mental health emergencies and get people the help they need.

University News | 08.23.22

Ryan Tobiasz named director of Forensic Mental Health Leadership

Adler University has named Ryan Tobiasz, Psy.D., the new director of its Master of Arts in Forensic Mental Health Leadership program. Prior to Adler, Dr. Tobiasz served as associate professor and department chair for the Counseling Department at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology’s Washington, D.C. campus. In that role, he chaired three separate programs: […]

Stories | 04.24.19

Working with Police to Support Community Mental Health

In 2018, Stephanie Booco, M.A. ’12, joined Fort Collins Police Services as the department’s first mental health co-responder.

In the Media | 09.17.18

Forensic Counseling Graduate Supports Local Police Department in Colorado

An alumnae of Adler University’s forensic counseling program, Stephanie Booco, M.A. ’12, recently joined Fort Collins Police Services as a Mental Health Co-Responder.