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Joseph Troiani, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Adler School of Professional Psychology
CBS News Talks with Dr. Troiani
for Psychological Insight
After U.S. Soldier's Release
06.03.14

CBS News spoke with the Adler School’s Joseph Troiani, Ph.D., to examine questions surrounding the recent release of U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl after five years in Taliban captivity. In the story, Dr. Troiani explains factors that can affect a soldier's readjustment after captivity, as well as the military's processes for assessment and debriefing.

Dr. Troiani, a retired U.S. Navy commander, is Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology and founder of the Adler School's programs in military psychology.

Click here to read "Bowe Bergdahl faces many psychological challenges ahead."

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