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Medaille Professor Discusses Intimate Partner Violence in the Military in Associated Press Article
Internationally recognized behavioral couples therapy (BCT) expert Keith Klostermann, Ph.D., LMFT, LMHC, an assistant professor in Medaille’s master's in marriage and family therapy program, was interviewed by the Associated Press for a story (published in Army Times and other outlets) about the recent murder of New York State Trooper in northern New York State. According to authorities, the state trooper was shot to death by a soldier who had just killed his wife. The soldier was stationed at Fort Drum in Jefferson County.
Dr. Klostermann told the AP that there are features of military life that can strain individuals and relationships.
“This is a huge issue, and it requires more attention,” Dr. Klostermann told the AP. “From a scientific perspective, we need to better understand this phenomenon and how best we can help these families.”
In 2012, Dr. Klostermann authored a paper on intimate partner violence involving military service members and veterans.
Students from Medaille traveled to Albany, NY, on February 13 to make their voices heard on New York Student Aid Alliance Advocacy Day
Dr. Keith Klostermann has contributed an expert analysis article on alcohol misuse to the February 2018 issue of Your Teen magazine.
Homeland security student Geovanni Montes says the online program at Medaille has brought exciting, new challenges.
Medaille clinical assistant professor Steve MacMartin and a panel of local experts discussed how to plan for a disaster during an event on February 8.
Medaille professor Dr. Keith Klostermann has been invited to join the editorial board for Forensic Science & Addiction Research.