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Your guide to the California Board of Psychology licensing laws
Wondering how to obtain your California psychology license? The California Board of Psychology is your friend.
4 career paths you can pursue with a master’s in psychology in Irvine, California
If you’re interested in pursuing a career in psychology, you may not necessarily need to earn your doctoral degree.
Do you need the EPPP in Washington, D.C.?
Here’s the short answer: Yes, you do. To become a licensed psychologist in D.C., you must pass the Examination for Professional Practice of Psychology (EPPP).
What is the difference between LPC and LCPC licensing in Illinois?
In Illinois, the road to LPC and LCPC licensing can be fraught with confusing requirements and (so!) many acronyms.
Making autism education the new gavel in the criminal justice system
Picture a young man trying to court a woman in his town. He sparks up random conversations about his favorite topics, but she notices he repeatedly discusses the same interests.
Spare the rod, spoil the child
A Clinical Mental Health Counseling student shares insight about how to advise parents of color on the impact of corporal punishment.
Love helping people? Become a clinical mental health counselor
Here is everything you need to know about how to get started as a Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselor.
Education without borders: The power of internationalization
Thanks to a J-1 Exchange Visitor grant, an international faculty exchange results in a paper getting world-wide attention.
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Policy, not politics
Harnessing the power of social media and the internet, today’s Millennials are focused more on policy than politics. The question now is, what happens to their vote?
Stay safe online
Top tips to keep kids safe online from The Alicia Project founder and TCSPP alumna, Alicia Kozakiewicz.
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The millennial effect
The Millennial Generation is making an impact that can’t be ignored.
From Uber to tiny houses, Millennial trends are catching on.
Q&A: The young and the anxious
Three TCSPP faculty weigh in on the anxiety rates for today’s youth.
An alumna’s dissertations findings with First Nations people
Dispatch from New Orleans
An alliance between Xavier University and The Chicago School is serving an urgent need.
Psy.D. candidate and tribal citizen of the Cherokee Nation Damita “SunWolf” LaRue lands a dream post working with Native people in Alaska.
Some of social media’s youngest consumers have been wired since birth. The result is a tech-savvy generation that reaps the best and worst of the medium.
Life after trauma: It takes a community
When a traumatic event strikes a community, there can be collective impact of pain, loss, and anxiety that trickles down and has lasting psychological effects.
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Guardian of the skies
Dr. Tracy Dillinger, the aeronautic safety expert who helped investigate the Columbia Space Shuttle crash, never imagined how life would turn out when she applied to The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in 1986.
Mission to serve
Andrea Hentschel was among a group of students from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology to put ethical theory into practice by aiding Syrian refugees on a study abroad trip to Athens, Greece.
Helping others to be the best that they can be
Dr. Angela Joyner rose to success by inspiring employees and colleagues to reach their full potential.
Treating veterans’ mental health needs remotely
Soldiers who serve and risk their lives are often the last to seek help when they need it. Dr. Peter Shore, graduate of The Chicago School, found a telemental health solution.
Going beyond the badge
A veteran of the Washington, D.C. Capitol Police, Gary Goines set his sights on The Chicago School as a way to delve into the psychology of why good people do bad things.
A meaningful life journey
With a child requiring 24/7 care, The Chicago School’s focus and format allowed Rhonda Greenhaw to turn her dedication into a career.
The Robin Hood theory of mental health
Dr. Susy Francis employs a daring business strategy she developed at The Chicago School to provide mental health care to those who need it most.
Championing a diversity of voices and perspectives
Dr. Manika Turnbull is using her degrees from The Chicago School to help corporate culture function more harmoniously.
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Minds in Motion | JeSara Glover | Creating a culture of community in counseling education
A student in The Chicago School’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling online program, JeSara Glover explores the importance of creating a culture of community in counseling education.
Minds in Motion | Edward Alvarez | The professional counselor identity
Edward Alvarez—a student of the M.A. Clinical Mental Health Counseling online program at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology—describes the importance of the professional counselor identity in building successful therapeutic relationships.
Minds in Motion | Kirby Christian | Practical experience in counseling education
Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CMHC) online student Kirby Christian describes why practical experience is an integral component to counseling education at The Chicago School.
The Chicago School: Preparing graduates to change the world
Recently, several of our students, alumni, and faculty discussed how The Chicago School of Professional Psychology has impacted them personally and contributed to their professional growth.
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