On-Campus Training: Our Centers

The Chicago School prides itself on the unrivaled range of real-world learning opportunities that we offer our students—opportunities that prepare them to graduate with the training and education necessary to be proactive agents of change from day one. In addition to the multitude of service learning experiences through our community partnerships, students benefit from access to specialized centers on each campus that provide them with valuable resources to enhance their education and with opportunities to fulfill practicum and internship requirements.

Forensic Center

As the practice arm of the Chicago Campus' Forensic Psychology Department, The Chicago School Forensic Center brings students together with local organizations on projects that bolster hands-on learning experiences while addressing unmet needs in the community that range from the Juvenile Probation and Court Services Department of Cook County and Illinois Department of Children and Family Service agencies to women's shelters and programs for ex-offenders. Learn more.

Naomi Ruth Cohen Institute for Mental Health Education

Part of the Clinical Counseling Department at the Chicago Campus, the Cohen Institute offers conferences and sponsors activities designed to eradicate the stigma associated with mental illness. Learn more.

National Center for Research and Practice, Latino/a Mental Health

The Chicago School's National Center for Research and Practice, Latino/a Mental Health and our Center for Latino/a Mental Health at our Chicago Campus work to promote well-being in the Latino/a community by contributing to the reduction of mental health disparities. The center also works toward addressing an ongoing shortage of culturally competent mental health professionals in the field through scholarly research, community service, and education.

Center for Multicultural and Diversity Studies

Diversity is a fundamental component of The Chicago School's mission. The Center for Multicultural and Diversity Studies was chartered to help realize this mission and serves as a resource to both The Chicago School community and to professionals across the country.

Centers for International Studies

Working with international populations is a new and ever-expanding frontier of the psychology profession. The Chicago School maintains a Center for International Studies at each campus, helping to create learning experiences that are wholly unique and unrivaled when compared to other professional schools.