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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 […]

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 […]

Dr. Eusebio on keeping your mind sharp

In this discussion with Buzzfeed, Dr. Eleazar Eusebio, department chair, School Psychology, Washington, D.C. Campus, details nine ways to keep your brain sharp and improve your memory. “Reading is one of most influential exercises. It’s the most proven way to support brain health because we have evidence of early reading and its direct influence to […]

Dr. Nancy Zarse discusses New York terror attack suspect

In an extensive interview with FOX 32 Chicago’s “Good Day Chicago,” Forensic Psychology Department full professor Dr. Nancy Zarse shed light on what might have driven the New York City terror attack suspect to commit such an act. She also discussed the pre-attack triggers that signify to those around terrorists that they might be dangerous. […]

Coping with the stress and anxiety born out of natural disasters

Dr. Cynthia Langtiw, Associate Department Chair, Clinical Psychology, Chicago Campus, sat down with FOX 32’s “Good Day Chicago” to discuss the best ways to talk to children about natural disasters. Saying that parents shouldn’t hide their own concerns from their children, Dr. Langtiw suggests discussing how parents are managing their fears, and talking to children […]

Dr. Eusebio talks to WUSA 9 about making the back-to-school transition easier

In an interview with CBS Washington, D.C. affiliate, WUSA 9, Dr. Eleazar Eusebio, department chair, School Psychology discusses the best tips to get kids mentally prepared to go back to school and to optimize their readiness to learn. Watch the interview.   Eleazar Cruz Eusebio, Psy.D., NCSP is chair of the School Psychology Department in […]

Dr. Cutler and Dr. Eusebio interview with Simple Most about ending kids’ “nagging”

Dr. Michelle Cutler, associate professor in the Psy.D. Clinical Psychology Department, Chicago Campus, and Dr. Eleazar Eusebio, department chair, Ed.S. School Psychology Department, Washington, D.C. Campus, were asked to discuss possible merits or drawbacks of a trending parenting tip that advises parents to use the phrase “asked and answered” to break a child from the […]

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