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.
Promote Mental Wellness
Students in the M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program will have the opportunity to study under the current President-Elect (2015) of the American Counseling Association, Dr. Catherine Roland, and learn from her experience in the field.
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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 Welcomes New Faculty, Enhancing its Distinguished Roster of Professors
Oct 02, 2015 -The Chicago School welcomes 12 new faculty members to a roster already boasting more than 200.
Washington, D.C. Campus to Graduate First Class of Doctoral Candidates at 2015 Commencement
Sep 28, 2015 -Hailing from the Clinical Psychology Program, the International Psychology Program and the Organizational Leadership Program, the new doctoral graduates will be joined by fellow graduates at the George Lisner Auditorium on October 9.
Catherine Roland, Ed.D. Assumes President-Elect Role with the American Counseling Association
Sep 28, 2015 -After being elected as the 65th president of the American Counseling Association Dr. Catherine Roland, professor and chair of the Counselor Education Program at the Washington, D.C. Campus, began her role as president-elect on July 1, 2015.