Dr. Kim Dell’Angela on How Inflammatory Arthritis affects Marriage and Relationships

In this article with, Clinical Psychology Professor Dr. Kim Dell’Angela discusses how inflammatory arthritis can really affect marriage and relationships.  “How couples navigate these problems can depend on whether arthritis entered your partnership after you had to settle yourselves into roles and expectations, or whether arthritis was part of your partnership from the beginning.” […]

Chicago Campus’ M.A. in Counseling Psychology Program Earns 10 Years of Accreditation

(CHICAGO) (January 2, 2018) The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP) is pleased to announce that its Chicago Campus’ M.A. in Counseling Psychology Program is accredited by the Masters in Psychology and Counseling Accreditation Council (MPCAC) for the period of December 2018 through December 2028. The 10 years accreditation granted the program is the maximum allowed […]

Dr. Nadia Jones on Technology and Kids

In this interview with Fox 11, Marriage and Family Therapy Professor Dr. Nadia Jones discusses how to limit or control your children’s screen time.  “They have less ability to socialize.” Watch the interview.   Dr. Nadia Jones is an Associate Professor for the MFT Department and the Associate Director of Community Partnership at TCSPP LA […]

Dr. Nancy Zarse on Domestic Abuse

In this interview with Fox 32, Forensic Psychology Professor Dr. Nancy Zarse discusses how domestic abuse can trigger violence in the workplace. “The domestic violence from home follows a victim into the workplace and that actually counts for a significant amount of workplace violence.” Watch the interview.   Dr. Zarse earned her doctorate from The […]

Dr. Clive Kennedy on Dementia

In this interview with Fox 11, Forensic Psychology Professor Dr. Clive Kennedy discusses how to care a family member diagnosed with dementia, with specific focus on giving up driving.  “The evidence that you created… that you have amassed together is going to be essential.” Watch the interview.   Although Dr. Kennedy trained as a clinical […]

The Washington, D.C. Campus Celebrates Commencement

(Washington, D.C.) (October 31, 2018) Featuring 135 graduates from the Washington, D.C. and Online campuses, the October 26th Washington, D.C. Campus commencement ceremony capped off an exhilarating commencement season for The Chicago School. Between enthusiastic cheers of encouragement from the audience, graduates heard from an impressive lineup of speakers that included Honorary Degree Recipient Bertha […]

Dr. Priscilla Dass-Brailsford on Mental Coping Strategies

In this article with “PsychCentral”, Department Chair, International Psychology Dr. Priscilla Dass-Brailsford discusses the topic of mental coping strategies during hurricane season and other natural disasters.  “An important step is to recognize common emotional reactions while physically preparing for impending changes.” Read more.   Dr. Priscilla Dass-Brailsford studies the effects of trauma, specifically community violence, […]

Dr. Jay Finkelman on Toxic Employees

In this article with the “Los Angeles Business Journal”, Department Chair, IO/Business Psychology Dr. Jay Finkelman discusses the topic of managing toxic employees. “Effective managers need to have strong interpersonal and leadership skills which permit them to develop and retain the support of all employees.” Read more.   Dr. Jay Finkelman is the Department Chair of […]

The Los Angeles Campus and Downtown LA: An Evolving Relationship of 10 Years

  By Lucy Birmingham The Los Angeles Campus of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology has evolved as a hub of academic excellence in psychology, in parallel with the downtown district’s phenomenal growth. Located in the historic “617 building” on 7th Street, the university is looking forward to celebrating its 10th anniversary this fall. Its […]

Dr. Adames on the impact of laughter on health

In this article with the “Chicago Tribune”, Associate Department Chair Dr. Hector Adames discusses the health impact of laughter. “Laughter has great benefits for our relationships, as well as our physical health and cognition.” Read more.   Dr. Hector Y. Adames, obtained his doctorate in clinical psychology from Wright State University in Ohio. He completed an […]

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