College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Dr. Kronner has been teaching since 2000; he has taught at several universities such as: Loyola University, Lewis University, University of Illinois at Chicago, and Aurora University. He has taught across the curriculum, but his primarily teaches clinical courses or courses in human behavior. He has taught research courses (methods, statistics, program evaluation, single-system design), and diversity courses.
He has been providing clinical social work services since 1991, and currently has a private practice in Chicago, IL. Dr. Kronner has worked with clients with various challenges such as: depression, anxiety, relationship, etc. He has also worked with clients diagnosed with HIV/AIDS, those who identify as LGBTQ+, and also has some child welfare experience.
His primary areas of research interest relate to program evaluations, and also therapist self-disclosure.
Dr. Kronner is a new faculty member at Walden University, and is excited about teaching online.