The Washington DC Campus will be open on Monday, March 17 at noon. Morning classes have been cancelled, afternoon and evening classes will occur.
The DC Campus of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology will be closed on Thursday, March 5, 2015.
. Faculty, staff and student employees should not report to campus.
For future updates, visit our Emergency Information page online at 911.thechicagoschool.edu
or call The Chicago School Recorded Information Line at 312.467.2100 or toll free at 800.750.5579.
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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 Brings Experts Together to Discuss New Insights from Neuroscience for Mental Health Solutions
Feb 19, 2015 -“We can no longer think of mental health as separate from physical health,” said Michele Nealon-Woods, Psy.D., president of The Chicago School. "Neuroscience shows us that the profound interplay between physical and mental health must be understood if we are to have a highly functioning health care system that works for everyone.”
Statement by Dr. Nealon-Woods Regarding Signing of The Clay Hunt Suicide Prevention for American Veterans Act
Feb 12, 2015 -The Chicago School of Professional Psychology applauds President Obama on his signing of the Clay Hunt Suicide Prevention for American Veterans (SAV) Act.
Lone Therapist, Gifted Grant Writer, Success Story: The Chicago School Student Sonya Bruton and Her Work at Community Clinic, Inc.
Jan 22, 2015 -Washington, D.C. Campus student Sonya Bruton wanted to do more than treat patients during her doctoral externship, she also wanted to make sure that the non-profit Community Clinic, Inc. could expand its therapeutic services.