Student Affairs - Chicago Campus
Becoming a student at The Chicago School 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. Breeda McGrath
“A parent who is dealing with job loss may be using all of his cognitive resources just to cope, and has very little left over for the kids. And while kids don’t understand all of it, they...feel a sense of loss.”-Dr. Breeda McGrath, Chair, Online International Psychology Program
Dr. Todd DuBose
“The experience of hearing a loved one has died is...not only horrifying; the finality and irreversibility of the event has no prior framework with which to make sense of it. And making sense is our way of clawing at the walls as we fall into what feels like oblivion.”-Dr. Todd DuBose, Assistant Professor, Clinical Psychology
Dr. Hector Torres
“Latino immigrants are disproportionately affected by mental health issues and yet it can be difficult for them to receive the help they need.” - Dr. Hector Torres, Assistant Professor, Clinical Counseling; Coordinator, Center for Latino Mental Health