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As an Iraq and Afghanistan war veteran who can empathize with the horrors of conflict, Adler School student, Illinois Army National Guardsman and Sgt. 1st Class Blake Schroedter is pursuing a career as a clinical psychologist to help combat veterans work through psychological issues.
For his outstanding leadership, experience, and scholarly pursuits, Sgt. Schroedter was recognized at Chicago's Solder Field during the Nov. 10 Chicago Bears/Detroit Lions game as the 2013 National Football League (NFL)-Tillman Military Scholar. In this Sunday Chicago Tribune story about the honor, Schroedter discusses his service, goals, and work with fellow military psychology students at the Adler School to develop a program to help veterans manage their stress.
"Having prior service, he really brings a lot of life to the classroom. His professional experiences really do help to inform the curriculum," says Grady Osten-Garner, Ph.D., former U.S. Army reservist and coordinator of the Adler School's Psy.D. military clinical psychology track.
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