Naomi Ruth Cohen Institute Announces New Executive Director

Kate Mahoney, M.S.W. to lead mental health institute housed at The Chicago School (CHICAGO) (JANUARY 31, 2017) The Naomi Ruth Cohen Institute for Mental Health Education (NRCI) at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology is pleased to announce the selection of Kate Mahoney, M.S.W., as its new executive director. NRCI, housed at The Chicago School, […]

Statement Regarding President’s Immigration Order

In response to President Trump’s Executive Order on immigration, The Chicago School has informed faculty and students who may be affected, as well as anyone traveling for our many global programs including residencies, field experience, and study abroad. We will continue to monitor the situation and advise students and faculty of any changes. Our Offices […]

The Chicago School Honored in Military Advanced Education & Transition’s 2017 Guide to Colleges & Universities

(LOS ANGELES) (January 24, 2017) – For the third consecutive year, Military Advanced Education & Transition (MAE&T) has awarded The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, the designation of a Top School in its 2017 Guide to Colleges & Universities, measuring best practices in military and veteran education. The Chicago School is one of the leading […]

FORE! Mental Health Golf Tournament to be held July 24

(LOS ANGELES) (JANUARY 23, 2017) – The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP), the nation’s leading graduate university dedicated to psychology and behavioral health services, will host a fundraising golf tournament on Monday, July 24. The tournament will benefit the TCSPP Counseling Centers at West Los Angeles and Irvine, centers that ensure all members of the […]

Dr. Cynthia Langtiw Talks with PBS about Youth Violence and Social Media

In the aftermath of a brutal attack in Chicago that was streamed on Facebook Live, Chicago PBS affiliate WTTW invited Dr. Cynthia Langtiw, associate department chair, Clinical Psy.D., to join a panel on public affairs show Chicago Tonight to discuss the varying effects of digital communication tools on young people. Watch the interview.   Associate […]

Student Helps to Make Place for LGBTQ Youth and Self Through Volunteer Work

“Lora’s strongest assets are her openness, creativity, willingness to learn and lead others,” explained LGBT Center of Raleigh Assistant Director Kelly Taylor. “She makes everyone who comes to the Center feel welcome.” Ms. Taylor is the supervisor to Online Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program student Lora Pilcher, who celebrated her first year’s anniversary of volunteering […]

4 reasons why getting a certificate might be a good career move for you

Dr. Mary Caruso-Anderson, chair of the Department of Applied Behavior Analysis at the Washington, D.C. Campus was quoted in this Washington Post article about the benefits of earning a certificate to advance your career. “Our field is developing so rapidly,” says Mary Caruso-Anderson, chair of the Department of Applied Behavior Analysis at the Chicago School’s D.C. […]

Toward a Healthier Nation: No Health Without Mental Health

The Chicago School’s new national report on the status of mental health recommends evaluating physical and mental health together. (LOS ANGELES) (NOVEMBER 29, 2016) –The health of Americans is deteriorating rapidly due to chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease. The debate over health care has resulted in the Affordable Care […]

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