Predicting the unpredictable
When is a teenager just being a teenager? And when is their angst a sign that more destructive behavior is just around the corner?
Global education in action
Representatives from The Chicago School traveled to Costa Rica for a three-day interdisciplinary summit on global education.
To succeed with modern-day consumers, companies need more than good products and services; they need good morals, too.
Rhymes + Rhythms = Revolution
Hip-hop therapy has made its mark in the mental health community. Jaleel Abdul-Adil, Ph.D., learned early how influential this music genre could be in clinical therapy.
As more baby boomers enter the third stage of life, mental health practitioners are taking a closer look at the mental health impact of aging—and oftentimes aging alone.
Project 1948: Bosnia
The Chicago School alumna Jenifer White, Ph.D., founded Project 1948 to help Bosnian youth confront and cope with the aftermath of the Bosnian Civil War and genocide.
Four decades and counting
2019 marks a milestone year for The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
Crimes of the mind
The criminalization of mental health doesn’t just hurt individuals; it harms society at large.
Lifting the veil
Two women are doing their part to help bring understanding and compassion to a community on the defense: Muslims.
And social justice for all
Major Laura Johnson, Psy.D., has earned her social justice stripes, treating veterans living with PTSD and working with the LGBTQ community.
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