Celebrating 10 years in Southern California
In celebration of the 10th anniversary of our Los Angeles Campus, President Michele Nealon reflects on all that has been achieved and what the future may hold.
Natural environment training vs play therapy
In applied behavior analysis, Natural Environment Training (NET) continues to be confused with the term “play therapy”. We explain the difference.
Course spotlight: ‘Trauma and Crisis’ in forensic psychology
In TCSPP’s “Trauma and Crisis” course, forensic psychology students take a closer look at how PTSD in inmates and corrections officers impact the conditions within correctional facilities.
10 sites to complete your applied behavior analysis practicum in Chicago
For applied behavior analysis (ABA) students worried about practicum placement opportunities, our Chicago Campus provides ample opportunities for you to find the perfect fit.
5 traits that can help your success in forensic psychology
There are a wide variety of careers in forensic psychology. Here are five traits that can help you achieve success, no matter which career you choose.
Marriage & Family Therapy faculty helps build volunteer programs to empower youth
Nadia Jones, Ed.D., LMFT, is using her Marriage & Family Therapy background to help empower youth and encourage student volunteerism.
7 careers you can pursue with a degree in forensic psychology
Interested in forensic psychology? The career paths are plentiful. Here is just a glimpse of some careers you can pursue with a degree in forensic psychology.
4 Reasons why you should study in Chicago
The “Windy City” offers distinct benefits for college students seeking to finish their degree and enter the workforce.
5 things to look for in a forensic psychology program
If you’ve decided to pursue forensic psychology, it’s time to do your research and find the right program for you. Here are five things to consider.
A guide to on-campus vs. online M.A. forensic psychology programs
Are you interested in a master’s degree in forensic psychology? Explore the differences between an on-campus and online program.
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