Treatment, not imprisonment
This issue of INSIGHT Magazine takes an in-depth look into the resulting toll this trend has taken on our prisons, our profession, and our society.
Dismantling anti-Latinx immigration rhetoric
Neuropsychologist Hector Y. Adames, Psy.D., and Clinical Psychologist Nayeli Y. Chavez-Dueñas, Ph.D., (the founders of IC-RACE Lab) discuss anti-immigrant rhetoric.
From cooking to counseling
Department Chair Michael M. Kocet, Ph.D., is pioneering a new way to facilitate healing—culinary therapy—and his students love it.
Public health in Peru
In its second year, TCSPP’s Master of Public Health program brought students to Peru for a 10-day immersive field study.
Life after trauma
A qualitative research project earlier this year working with Yazidi refugees was particularly memorable for TCSPP alumna Roblyn Lewter, Ph.D.
How to become a licensed educational psychologist in California
Educational psychology is a broad, rich field that allows you to transform your passion into a career. Educational psychologists and school psychologists work in schools, colleges, and nurseries; their work makes a big difference in individual children’s lives.
Learning about education with a South African lens
Saybrook University alumna Carolyn Burns, TCSPP faculty member Dr. Kelly Torres, TCSPP instructional designer and adjunct professor Dr. Lord Giddie, and international liaison officer Kari Prince decided to come together to do something unique for the Educational Psychology and Technology Ed.D. program.