Author: The Chicago School

NRCI 2016 mental health conference attendees have spoken

We saw great success at the 2016 Naomi Ruth Cohen Institute for Mental Health Education (NRCI) Annual Community Mental Health Conference. More than 300 people attended to hear several dynamic, knowledgeable speakers, including Cook County Sheriff Thomas J. Dart, Temple University professor Dr. Mark Salzer, McGaw YMCA CEO Mark Dennis and CARA Program Director Jesse […]

Thinking through sustainable solutions to homelessness and mental illness

Dr. Michele Nealon President, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology   Homeless encampments are not an uncommon sight during my daily commute into work. Since 2013, Los Angeles’ chronically homeless population – those who live on the street for one year or more – has increased by 55 percent. The city declared a “shelter crisis” […]

Professor Claude Barbre, Ph.D., Receives the 2015 Gradiva Award for Best Article In Psychoanalysis and the Humanities

(CHICAGO) (December 2, 2015) Claude Barbre, M.S., M.Div., Ph.D., L.P., full professor in the Clinical Psychology Psy.D. Department at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, received the prestigious 2015 Gradiva Award in the Article Category for his book chapter, “Django Unchanged: Identifications with the Oppressor and Intergenerational Cycles of Traumatic Hauntings and Reenactment” in Fragments […]