Military Event

Post 9-11 Montgomery GI Bill Benefits Workshop

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology is dedicated to improving access and opportunities for Active Duty Military Personnel, Members of the Reserve Components, and Veterans of the Armed Forces. The TCSES Sr. Director of Military Outreach will be presenting a workshop at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles Campus, discussing the extraction and application of Post 9-11 Montgomery GI Bill benefits.

Active Duty Military Personnel, Reservist, Veterans, and family members will have the distinct opportunity to learn best practices in managing and maximizing their Post 9-11 Montgomery GI Bill educational benefits in support of degree completion.

The workshop will focus on additional military related programs such as the Yellow Ribbon Program, Active Duty Tuition Assistance Program, Military and Veteran Tuition Rates, and Military Family Association Scholarships. Academic admissions advisors from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology will be on campus to answer questions about the RN-BSN program along with Psychology programs in addition to assisting those interested in applying for the 2019 Spring semester. Reserve your seat today and RSVP by filling out the form below.

Event Details

Post 9-11 Montgomery GI Bill Benefits Workshop

December 18 @ 1 pm – 2:30 pm PST

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles Campus


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TSCPP is a military friendly university, Named a 2017 Top School Military Advanced Education & Transition Guide to Colleges & Universities Research Study, and received the Military Friendly School award by Victory Media, publisher of G.I. Jobs Magazine

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Dedicated Military Advisors and Staff, Military and Veteran Tuition Rates, and Military Family Association Scholarships. Additional information used could reflect Real-world Training Opportunities, Career resources, and Extensive study-abroad programs

Success Stories

Major Laura Johnson, Psy.D., winner of The Chicago School’s 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award, has earned her social justice stripes, treating veterans living with PTSD and working to provide the LGBTQ community with equity and respect in the Air Force. “One of the real issues in military mental health is stigma,” Maj. Johnson says.

“People are afraid to get the services they need and won’t admit that they have PTSD because they’re afraid it will end their military career. A psychiatrist, an airman living with PTSD, and I got together to create Operation Invisible Wounds to shift the culture and help people let go of stigma in the military.”

“What really destroys careers is to have mental health concerns and leave them untreated. We work toward trauma-informed leadership, health care, and partnership.”

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