The Chicago School of Professional Psychology has brought its singular focus on preparing extraordinary psychology practitioners in a not-for-profit setting to the East Coast. Few cities or metropolitan areas are better matches for our long-held commitment to diversity and our steadfast determination to work within multicultural communities.
Located at the center of the political and governmental action, The Chicago School’s Washington, D.C. Campus provides students easy access to the historical and cultural riches that our capital city has to offer. Students find themselves close to national monuments and museums, eclectic dining and shopping, and a plethora of organizations and agencies that can provide unparalleled real-world experiences for the psychology-professional-in-training.
Like those enrolled at Chicago School campuses in other cities, D.C. Campus students learn from distinguished faculty members whose teaching credentials reach far beyond research and theory. All are active practitioners and leaders in their fields of expertise, bringing a wealth of first-hand understanding, perspective, and insight to the classroom. Integrally engaged in the community around them, faculty will immerse students in dynamic learning communities that include an unsurpassed level of hands-on skill building.