Ph.D. The Pennsylvania State University
B.A. Morehouse College
Abdul-Adil, J., Drozd, O., Irie, I., Riley, R, Silas, A., Farmer, Jr. A., & Tolan, P. (2009). University-community mental health center collaboration: Encouraging the dissemination of empirically-based treatment and practice. The Community Mental Health Journal, 46(5), 417-422.
Sarah Pekoc, MA., Jaleel Abdul-Adil, PhD., Alvin Farmer, PhD (2017). Treating Violence Exposure: A Case Study Using Community and Evidenced-Based Practices in Chicago. Poster session presented at the Cultural Impact Conference at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
Jaleel Abdul-Adil, A. David Farmer Jr., Gibson, L., & Liza Suarez, (2018). Hip-Hop H.E.A.L.S. (H3) Clinical Intervention Manual for Child Trauma and Community Violence Exposure (First Edition).
Jaleel Abdul-Adil, A. David Farmer Jr., & Liza Suarez, (2018). Hip-Hop H.E.A.L.S. (H3) Prevention Manual for Child Trauma and Community Violence Exposure (First Edition).
Child and Family Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Farmer is a licensed clinical psychologist who provides clinical services to children and families. His goal is to develop clinical interventions that address the mental health outcomes of violence exposure and trauma and is especially interested in examining evidence-based clinical interventions with Disruptive Behavior Disorders and trauma and violence exposure.
BBH 307 H
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625