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Coalition expands opportunities for higher education in Illinois prisons

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In the Media | 09.25.23

What is ayahuasca? Adler professor shares insight.

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.

Stories | 03.13.23

VA to honor Adler military psychology graduate for research on homeless veterans

“What I hope the decision-makers at the VA consider in my findings are the factors that influence readmission rates,” Naiomi Rivera-Rivera said.

In the Media | 01.27.23

Looking into the CIA's Operation Midnight Climax: Associate Professor shares insight

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.

Stories | 11.07.22

Virtual symposium offers latest in research, advances in military psychology

Adler is providing a free three-day virtual symposium Nov. 9-11 for mental health providers seeking to learn more about the latest in military psychology.

Stories | 10.26.22

Combating PTSD: Adler graduate seeks to expand mental health access for veterans, homeless populations

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.

Stories | 07.25.22

988 fills gap in mental health crisis

Those seeking help during a mental health crisis or are experiencing suicidal thoughts in the U.S. can simply text or call the numbers 9-8-8. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services launched July 16 the new three-digit 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline — similar to the 911 emergency number. Its goal: to make it […]

Stories | 03.09.21

Breaking the Stigma Surrounding Mental Health in the Military

Chicago Campus graduate Karolina Przegienda, M.A. ‘15, Psy.D. ‘18, shares how her work as an active-duty military psychologist is helping raise awareness of the importance of mental health services in the military. 

Stories | 11.11.20

Empowering Veterans Through Nature and Martial Arts

Online Campus graduate Tracey Burraston, M.A. ’18, is helping veterans manage post-traumatic stress disorder through outdoor activities, sport, and other alternative therapies.

Stories | 05.19.20

Creating Virtual Connections for Veterans

Denise Dailey, M.A. ’16, a Chicago Campus Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) student, is helping veterans in transitional housing on Chicago’s West Side stay connected during the pandemic through telehealth services.

University News | 02.18.20

Dr. Troiani Recognized for Contributions to Military Psychology Field

Joseph E. Troiani, Ph.D., was recently awarded the American Psychological Association Society for Military Psychology (Division 19) Military Psychology Presidential Citation.

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