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Master’s in psychology: Opportunities after graduation

For those professionals who had the motivation and drive to earn a Master’s degree in psychology, the career opportunities after graduation are growing according to the Unlike those with an undergraduate degree in the arts, a Master’s in Psychology makes the degree holder a trained professional in an ever-demanding environment. For a psychology Master’s degree, students often study core courses […]

What is counseling psychology?

Counseling psychology is a specialty type of psychology that is comprised of both clinical work and research. Clinical settings and graduate counseling psychology programs can focus on career development and counseling, training and supervision, health and prevention, and counseling process and outcome. Counseling psychology graduate students and counseling psychologists can center on person and environment interactions, brief interactions, […]

Aquil Basheer honored at commencement ceremony

The Los Angeles Sentinal highlighted The Chicago School’s 2015 Southern California commencement ceremony where Aquil Basheer was honored with an honorary Doctorate of Humanities, honoris causa. “You have been equipped with the tools to set the standard for which others will measure themselves,” Basheer told the graduates. “You will bring answers and solutions to many of the ills that […]

Chicago School of Psychology student seeks participants for study

Chicago Now‘s Sabrina Nixon recently published a story on Chicago School student Kimberly Krawcyzk’s search for participants in her unique study about the effect poverty has on raising children with autism. Living in poverty while raising an autistic child, needless to say, is very depressing. However, being informed of various programs and studies such as Krawczyk’s, softens […]

Report endorses something between consortia and merger

The Chicago School’s alliance with TCS Education System was used as an example in this article about recommendations on mergers and consortia between colleges.   About The Chicago School The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP) is a not-for-profit, accredited institution with more than 4,300 students at campuses across the country (Chicago, Southern California, and Washington, D.C.) […]

7 strategies to prevent caregiver burnout

Dr. Gregory Canillas’ article (available only in print) offering seven strategies to help foster parents manage stress and prevent burnout, was published in the foster care and adoption magazine Fostering Families Today. About Dr. Canillas Dr. Canillas’ clinical work and research has focused on children and adolescents, children in foster care, family systems, domestic violence/trauma, couples therapy/relationship issues and LGBTQ clients. […]

Jlife Orange County – In our own backyard

Adjunct professor Lisa Grajewski, Psy.D. wrote this story “In Our Own Back Yard” about domestic violence awareness in the Jewish community. According to a recent National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey, 32.9% of women living in California have, at some point in their lives, been the victim of violence, sexual violence, or stalking by an intimate partner. […]

California campuses to graduate over 250 students

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP) Southern California Campuses and Online Campus will graduate 265 doctoral and master’s degree candidates at its annual commencement ceremony on October 29, 11 a.m. at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. Students will graduate from 21 different psychology and behavioral programs and concentrations offered by the institution. The Chicago School […]

Criminal justice research analyst passionate about positive change

Chicago School alumna Rebecca Skorek is featured in this CBS Chicago online story about her career as a criminal justice research analyst. “Rebecca Skorek is a research analyst at the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority, a state agency dedicated to improving the administration of criminal justice. Skorek evaluates policies, programs and legislation that addresses critical issues facing the justice […]

Xavier University of Louisiana welcomes first Clinical Psy.D. class in New Orleans

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology at Xavier University of Louisiana’s ([email protected]) Doctor of Clinical Psychology program is officially underway in New Orleans, boasting an inaugural class of 16 students for the 2015 fall semester. The program is the first of its kind offered in the state of Louisiana, and the only Clinical Doctoral Program in the […]