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Dr. Chavez discusses the impact of alleged sexual abuse of immigrant children

After the story broke of alleged sexual abuse of immigrant children housed in immigrant youth shelters, Counseling Psychology Associate Professor Dr. Nayeli Chavez interviewed with KJZZ FM to discuss how the allegations impact other immigrant children in shelters. “Knowing about alleged abuse makes kids still living in shelters more afraid, and less likely to report […]

Dr. Walsh offers tips to prepare for school transitions as kids head back to school

School Psychology Department Chair Dr. James Walsh interviews with WBEZ to offer tips to help students and parents deal with school transitions, whether that be kindergarten, middle school, high school or a new school. “It’s really important as parents to listen to those kids…Every child will have different reasons…they’re nervous or anxious about school.” Listen […]

Dr. Chavez interviews with Telemundo about alleged sexual abuse of immigrant children

After the story broke of alleged sexual abuse of immigrant children housed in immigrant youth shelters, Counseling Psychology Associate Professor Dr. Nayeli Chavez interviewed with Telemundo to discuss the mental health needs of the children. Watch the interview in Spanish. Dr. Nayeli Chavez is a licensed clinical psychologist. She has significant experience working with immigrant, […]

Dr. Chavez interviews with Univision about alleged sexual abuse of immigrant children

After the story broke of alleged sexual abuse of immigrant children housed in immigrant youth shelters, Counseling Psychology Associate Professor Dr. Nayeli Chavez interviewed with Univision Noticias to discuss the mental health needs of the children. Watch the interview in Spanish. Dr. Nayeli Chavez is a licensed clinical psychologist. She has significant experience working with […]

Dr. Chavez discusses the alleged sexual abuse of immigrant children

After the story broke of alleged sexual abuse of immigrant children housed in immigrant youth shelters, Counseling Psychology Associate Professor Dr. Nayeli Chavez interviewed with ProPublica. “Children and youth that are coming from outside of the country, that have no legal status here, that don’t speak English, that don’t have access to lawyers or people […]

Dr. Zarse Discusses Violence Risk Factors

After the May 18 school shooting in Santa Fe, TX,  TCSPP Forensic Psychologist Dr. Nancy Zarse interviewed with FOX 32’s Good Day Chicago and explained why it’s important to understand that there is a multitude of risk factors for violence, and why we should never try to parse out just one as a cause. She […]

Dr. Hughes discusses the role of school psychology

Dr. Candice Hughes, an associate professor in School Psychology, sat down with WBEZ’s “Morning Shift” to discuss the role of school psychology. From WBEZ: “The high school shooting in Parkland, Fla. became a megaphone in society’s ears that enough was enough. There have been debates on bringing in law enforcement in schools, arming teachers, and […]

Dr. DeWalt on Group Projects in Online Courses

Associate Campus Dean, Online, Dr. Alisha DeWalt discussed the merits and the unique challenges of group projects in online courses with “Inside Higher Ed.” Instructors who assign group projects to online students see their efforts not as a burden, but as a tool to help students learn and form relationships — just as they might […]

New Campus Opening in Dallas, TX in Response to Community Demand for Degree Programs

New campus to host a grand opening celebration on April 19; applications accepted. (LOS ANGELES) (March 13, 2018) –The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP), one of the leading nonprofit institutions devoted exclusively to psychology, and related behavioral health sciences is expanding to Richardson, Texas, a suburb of Dallas, in Fall 2018. To celebrate and […]

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