35 Years of Education | Innovation | Service | Community
Join The Chicago School of Professional Psychology as it celebrates 35 years of excellence and leadership with a year-long series of events and symposiums.
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“What Does the End of Veteran’s Homelessness Look Like?”
Innovative Solutions for Veterans
Bob Hope Patriotic Hall (1816 South Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA)
On April 30th, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology’s hosted “What Does the End of Veterans’ Homelessness Look Like? Innovative Solutions for Veterans” — a thought leadership event in Los Angeles featuring a keynote address by Steve Peck, M.S.W., followed by a panel of distinguished speakers who provided innovative solutions for the unique mental, physical and spiritual health needs of our military personnel and their families.View photos from the event
“No Health Without Mental Health” Symposium
Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health | Washington, D.C.
On March 18, 2015, major neuropsychology experts came together to discuss the development and dissemination of best practices for work in the clinical space in “No Health Without Mental Health,” a symposium featuring key notes by Dr. Mohammad Akhter, Dr. Stephen Porges, Dr. Georges Benjamin and other leaders.
“Let’s Talk Solutions for the Future of Mental Health” Panel
National Press Club | Washington, D.C.
On November 20, 2014, The Chicago School convened a panel of leading psychologists, journalists, scholars, veterans, and advocates to discuss the current state of mental health in the U.S. and how the conversation surrounding mental healthcare can be re-framed.
Core issues discussed included care for veterans, expanding mental healthcare access to underserved communities, and reducing the stigma that surrounds mental health issues. During the event it was announced by Michele Nealon, Psy.D., National President of The Chicago School, that the institution is preparing a “No Health Without Mental Health” report, which is set to be released in 2015.