The Washington DC Campus will be open on Monday, March 17 at noon. Morning classes have been cancelled, afternoon and evening classes will occur.
Study at one of the nation's leading providers of graduate education devoted exclusively to psychology and related behavioral sciences. As The Chicago School celebrates 35 years, learn more about the unique opportunities that await you.
Explore our programs.
Washington D.C. graduates are prepared to conduct clinical interviews and psychological testing, create treatment plans, consult and collaborate with physicians and other professionals, and to provide multiple forms of therapy to alleviate mental illness, behavioral problems, and emotional distress.
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Upcoming Admission Events
If you would like to schedule a visit with an admission representative or attend an open house, please contact the Office of Admissions at 800.721.8072, or email us
. Opportunities to sit in on one or two classes while you are here are also available (two-week notice is required).
News and Events
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology Announces Spring Continuing Education Courses for Students, Faculty and the Community
Mar 24, 2015 -The Chicago School of Professional Psychology’s Institute for Professional and Continuing Studies (IPCS) recently opened online registration for several new continuing education (CE) courses for its graduate-level psychology students, faculty, staff, community providers and site supervisors.
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology Selects Dr. William Freeman to Lead its Master of Public Health Program as Director and Department Chair
Mar 23, 2015 -As program director and department chair, Dr. Freeman will help lay the groundwork for The Chicago School’s increased integration of mental and public health instruction and practice.
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology Earns Presidential Honor for Community Service
Mar 11, 2015 -TCSPP's three on-ground campuses –Chicago, Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. – were recognized for their efforts to achieve meaningful and measurable outcomes in communities through service.