Three benefits of a dual degree in psychology and law
Psychology intersects with a variety of different fields, but combining it with a legal education could be particularly useful to advance your career.
TCSPP graduate honored in Crain’s Chicago’s 2018 class of ‘20 In Their 20s’
TCSPP upcoming graduate Veronica Appleton, a children’s author and assistant director for We Are Unlimited advertising agency, has been chosen as one of Crain’s Chicago’s “20 In Their 20s.”
‘Chicago Med’ actress shares her story of anxiety at TCSPP’s Social Impact Awards
Actress Torrey DeVitto, known from television series “Chicago Med” and “Pretty Little Liars,” discussed her own struggles with anxiety disorder at the Social Impact Leaders Luncheon for TCSPP’s Chicago campus.
What is CACREP?
If you’re interested in pursuing a counseling degree, it’s important to get familiar with their accreditation statuses. Read on to learn more about CACREP.
10 facts about mental health to help spread awareness
The best way to combat stigmas surrounding mental health is to raise awareness. These 10 facts demonstrate how issues involving mental health probably affect us all in some way.
TCSPP explores ‘Identity in Context’ study abroad course and trek to South Africa
TCS International (TCS) brings together five universities—including TCSPP—for a cross-disciplinary, three-month course and 10-day, study abroad experience in Cape Town and Johannesburg. TCSPP faculty Dr. Cynthia Langtiw discusses ways to enrich this experience.
What is organizational psychology and why should you enroll in an online program?
Organizational psychology is a fast-growing, dynamic field of psychology. Find out exactly what organizational psychology is and why it’s a great online program to pursue.
Providing positive patient care for all
Christopher Watson, a Chicago School doctoral student and fellowship recipient, is using his 20-plus years in Public Health to help improve the patient relationship for black, gay men at risk of HIV/AIDS.
Must-see media list for behavioral economics
The final post in a three-part series on Behavioral Economics. We highlight the different ways you can learn about behavioral economics depending on what kind of media you like: television, podcasts, or books.
5 everyday examples of behavioral economics
The second in a three-part series on Behavioral Economics. We explore the examples of behavioral economics that we see in our everyday lives, and why it matters.
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