In the News
In its ongoing coverage of the bomb explosions and tragic aftermath at the Boston Marathon on April 15, WBEZ-FM 91.5, Chicago's National Public Radio affiliate, spoke with the Adler School's Marla Vannucci, Ph.D., for live in-studio discussion and listener calls on the ways that trauma can re-trigger anxiety and painful memories of past trauma or suffering.
Dr. Vannucci, who has a specialty in working with trauma, particularly combat trauma, sexual trauma, and crisis response, is an Associate Professor on the Core Faculty of the Adler School's Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology Program in Chicago.
Click here to listen to, and see social media highlights from, "Afternoon Shift: Boston Marathon aftermath." Dr. Vannucci is introduced about a half-hour into the program.
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