People, Planet, Profit: Analyzing Patagonia’s $10 Million Tax Cut Donation
From the perspective of industrial and organizational psychology, this smart business decision is good for our planet and thus Patagonia’s customers.
A big mission needs a big home
As we settle into our new home, The Chicago School is sharing what we’re looking forward to here and four visions for a joined future.
Course Spotlight: Community Mental Health
Nadia Jones, Ed.D., LMFT, discusses the community mental health course in The Chicago School of Professional Psychology’s Marital & Family Therapy Specialization.
Exploring the future of health care
President Michele Nealon, Psy.D., of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and Dean Gwen Gaston, DNP (c), of Dallas Nursing Institute sit down to discuss the evolution of integrated health care and what higher education must do to keep pace.
The Chicago School students witness benefits of rehabilitation over retribution in Berlin
The Chicago School students visited Germany to learn about the different ways correctional treatment is handled domestically and abroad. Ryan Tobiasz, Psy.D. recounted their journey and experiences as well as the lessons they learned.