Adam Hibma is a doctoral intern at American University. He is a doctoral candidate in clinical psychology at Roosevelt University, where he also graduated in 2014 with an MA in Clinical Professional Psychology. His professional interests include identity development, immigrant and refugee experiences, and trauma. His therapeutic style is integrative within a multicultural framework with a focus on cognitive behavioral therapy and relational therapy.
M.A. Clinical Professional Psychology, Roosevelt University
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