Forms - International Students
Learning Skills for Living with Autism
Adolescence is hard enough for anyone, but for youth with autism it presents a unique set of challenges. Chicago School student Corey McDonald created a program for her middle-school-aged autistic students that is helping them learn relational skills and feel accepted among their peers.
Making Worldwide Connections
A question posed to Helena Baillio by an international psychology professor inspired her to create a website that has gained national attention. Through the site she has connected with and helped individuals from over 800 countries. It’s also given her many opportunities to influence positive change both locally and globally.
More about her story.
Psychology Behind Battle Lines
Faced with the emotional toll that the Iraq War was taking on his soldiers, Captain Mathew Moosey armed himself with psychology. The Chicago School’s online-blended forensic psychology program allowed him to take classes from across the globe, providing him with counseling skills critical to addressing the mental health needs of troops.
More about his story.