Student Affairs - Chicago Campus
Becoming a student at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology means joining a community of supportive professionals dedicated to creating and maintaining an inclusive campus environment that allows students to take full advantage of academic and co-curricular offerings. The Chicago School supports students by offering a variety of comprehensive programs and services designed to help students succeed. A multitude of resources are available to ensure students' smooth transition into The Chicago School as well as provide assistance throughout the educational experience.
Dr. Bianka Hardin
“Ask questions. Push yourself to learn. It's ok to be uncomfortable, that's when you are at your learning edge.” -Dr. Bianka Hardin, associate professor, Clinical Psychology, Chicago Campus
Dr. Michele Nealon-Woods
“Students need more than just technical tools; they need to be guided in understanding how their own belief systems and their level of psychological self-awareness influence their current and future competencies.” -Michele Nealon-Woods, National President, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Dr. Chante DeLoach
“As psychologists and agents of social change, we must fervently ask how psychology can aid in the promotion of global health.” -Dr. Chante DeLoach, Associate Professor, Clinical Psychology