Dr. Melody Bacon’s gives advice on how to cope on Mother’s Day

Marriage and Family Therapy Department Chair at the Irvine Campus, Dr. Mel0dy Bacon, was interviewd by in the article How to Cope When Mother’s Day Is Hard. In this story Dr. Bacon offers advice on how to navigate Mother’s Day when “you’re estranged from your mom, have a difficult relationship with her, or she’s passed away.” […]

Local Advocates to Receive Mental Health Heroes Award

(LOS ANGELES) (MAY 10, 2017) – Mental health advocates, who have been on the frontlines of ensuring access and services to their communities, will be recognized by The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP) at its inaugural Mental Health Heroes Award Luncheon  on June 7, 2017. The luncheon will be held at the Olympic Collection in […]

Chicago campus’ clinical psychology doctoral program reaccredited by the APA

Program has been continuously accredited by the American Psychological Association since 1987. (CHICAGO) (MAY 02, 2017) –The Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program (Clinical Psy.D.) at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology’s Chicago Campus has been granted continued accreditation for seven years by the American Psychological Association (APA), the only organization recognized by the U.S. Department of […]

The Chicago School partners with Carroll University to launch M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at Carroll

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology at Carrol University will prepare graduates for work in a field projected by U.S. Department of Labor to grow by 20% from 2014-2024. (CHICAGO) (May 1, 2017) The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP), one of the leading nonprofit graduate universities devoted exclusively to the study of psychology, and […]

Dr. Eleazar Cruz Eusebio interviews with ‘the fix’ about preteen drug and alcohol use

Chicago Campus Associate Dean in School Psychology Dr. Eleazar Eusebio discussed the early use of drugs and alcohol by preteens, and factors that could contribute to their becoming dependent on either substance. “Research has found biological, behavioral, psychiatric, and psychosocial risk factors that may contribute to young people developing an addiction. Childhood use of alcohol […]

Dr. Michelle Cutler interviews with the Washington Post about teaching children self-compassion

Dr. Michelle Cutler, associate professor in the Chicago Campus’ Clinical Psy.D. department, offered her expertise on how parents and other caretakers of children can teach them self-compassion by modeling it themselves, thus giving them the ability to accept and overcome mistakes. Read the article.   Dr. Michelle Cutler is an associate professor in the Clinical Psy.D. […]

Meet Dr. Jenifer White, alumna and founder of Project 1948

“What I enjoy most about my work is connecting and building strong supportive relationships around the world,” says Dr. Jenifer White, a graduate from the Online International Psychology Doctoral Program. Dr. White is the founder of Project 1948, a nongovernmental organization (NGO) that combines photography and the human voice as a platform for social impact […]

Chicago conference: Resiliency and healing in the aftermath of violence in marginalized communities

March 17 event will explore methods that help promote individual and community empowerment WHAT:  “Resiliency and Healing in the Aftermath of Violence in Marginalized Communities” Cultural Impact Conference. Presented by The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, a leading nonprofit graduate university devoted exclusively to the study of psychology and related behavioral health services, the conference […]

New campus dean selected for online campus

James Chitwood, D.M. takes the helm at fast-growing campus (CHICAGO) (MARCH 1, 2017) The Chicago School has selected Dr. James Chitwood as the Campus Dean for its Online Campus. In his new role, Dr. Chitwood is responsible for the oversight and strategic direction of the campus, including its programs, as more students demand flexibility in […]

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