Author: Lisa Riley

Chicago Campus Student Named 2018 Newman Civic Fellow for Work with Senior Citizens

(CHICAGO) (March 21, 2018) – Campus Compact, a Boston-based non-profit organization working to advance the public purposes of higher education, has announced the 268 students who will make up the organization’s 2018 cohort of Newman Civic Fellows, including The Chicago School of Professional Psychology’s own Mariana Lopez. The Newman Civic Fellowship is a yearlong program […]

Michele Ozumba Joins Board of Trustees

(LOS ANGELES) (March 9, 2018) – The Chicago School welcomes Michele Hudgins Ozumba, M.A., President of the Women’s College Coalition to its Board of Trustees, where she joins a highly talented group of leaders from various industries. Ozumba brings a distinguished career in nonprofit, academic, and thought leadership to The Chicago School. Prior to her […]

Social Impact Awards Celebrate Chicago Mental Health Advocates

Chicago Campus’ inaugural awards luncheon will honor Dr. Richard Chaifetz, Marilyn and Larry Cohen and Dr. Beth Rom-Rymer. (CHICAGO) (March 1, 2018) – The Chicago School will hold its Social Impact Leaders Awards luncheon on March 29, 2018 at 11:30 a.m. at Chicago’s Sofitel Hotel. The inaugural event will honor Chicago-area mental health advocates who […]

Dr. Zarse Discusses the Florida High School Shootings

Chicago Campus Forensic Psychology Program full professor Dr. Nancy Zarse sat down with “Good Day Chicago” to discuss the psychology behind the killing of 17 people at a Florida high school. “There are two types of violence. There’s affective violence and predatory violence. Affective violence is emotional, it’s immediate and it’s in reaction to a […]

The Chicago School Partners with Metropolitan School of Professional Studies at Catholic University of America

Signing of Memorandum of Understanding cements new educational partnership. (WASHINGTON, D.C.) (February 8, 2018) –The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP) and Metropolitan School of Professional Studies at The Catholic University of America (MSPS) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to give more students access to graduate degrees in behavioral and mental health. The […]

Online M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program Earns CACREP Accreditation

Receipt of the accreditation from the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs denotes a commitment to program excellence. (LOS ANGELES) (February 1, 2018) –The Online Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program has been granted eight years accreditation by the Board of Directors of the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related […]

The Mission Continues for Student Army Veteran

U.S. Army veteran and Chicago Campus student Ashley Tisch believes strongly in serving both her country and her community. This belief led her to volunteer with military children after leaving the Army, providing her the opportunity to give back, and eventually leading to recognition from national coalition of colleges and universities, Campus Compact. The M.A. […]

Dr. Eusebio discusses long-term effects of sustained bullying

In the wake of a lawsuit won by parents of a bullied child against a school district accused of not protecting the child, Washington, D.C. Campus Department Chair of School Psychology, Dr. Eleazar Eusebio spoke to the Middleton Times Herald-Record about the long-term effects sustained bullying can have. “Children who have been routinely bullied are […]

The Chicago School signs agreement with Washington Adventist University

Takoma Park, Md. (November 7, 2017) Washington Adventist University (WAU) and The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP) reached an agreement recently that will make it easier for WAU graduate psychology students to earn a doctoral degree so that they can provide holistic, professional psychology services that will improve community health. The agreement was signed […]