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The Washington, D.C. Campus Celebrates Commencement

(Washington, D.C.) (October 31, 2018) Featuring 135 graduates from the Washington, D.C. and Online campuses, the October 26th Washington, D.C. Campus commencement ceremony capped off an exhilarating commencement season for The Chicago School. Between enthusiastic cheers of encouragement from the audience, graduates heard from an impressive lineup of speakers that included Honorary Degree Recipient Bertha […]

Dr. Priscilla Dass-Brailsford on Mental Coping Strategies

In this article with “PsychCentral”, Department Chair, International Psychology Dr. Priscilla Dass-Brailsford discusses the topic of mental coping strategies during hurricane season and other natural disasters.  “An important step is to recognize common emotional reactions while physically preparing for impending changes.” Read more.   Dr. Priscilla Dass-Brailsford studies the effects of trauma, specifically community violence, […]

Dr. Jay Finkelman on Toxic Employees

In this article with the “Los Angeles Business Journal”, Department Chair, IO/Business Psychology Dr. Jay Finkelman discusses the topic of managing toxic employees. “Effective managers need to have strong interpersonal and leadership skills which permit them to develop and retain the support of all employees.” Read more.   Dr. Jay Finkelman is the Department Chair of […]

Dr. Adames on the impact of laughter on health

In this article with the “Chicago Tribune”, Associate Department Chair Dr. Hector Adames discusses the health impact of laughter. “Laughter has great benefits for our relationships, as well as our physical health and cognition.” Read more.   Dr. Hector Y. Adames, obtained his doctorate in clinical psychology from Wright State University in Ohio. He completed an […]

Dr. Maureen Keeshin on Empty Nesters

In this interview with Fox 32, Department Chair Dr. Maureen Keeshin discusses how “empty nesters” should deal with their children leaving home. “Give yourself time to recognize that it’s hard…without immediately expecting to be fine…” Watch the interview.   Dr. Maureen Keeshin obtained a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale in […]

Dr. Tiffany Masson discusses how TCSPP puts Quality Assurance into Practice

In this interview with Quality Matters, Campus Dean, Dr. Tiffany Masson discusses how TCSPP puts quality assurance into practice. “We must provide our students with the best education possible.” Read more.   Dr. Tiffany Masson obtained her Doctorate of Psychology in 2002. She conducted various forensic assessments and provided expert testimony related to child protection and juvenile […]

Dr. Finkelman Discusses the Phenomena of Ghosting in the Workplace

In this interview with NBC7 San Diego, Department Chair, IO/Business Psychology Dr. Jay Finkelman discusses the topic of Ghosting in the Workplace, describes as a new toxic behavior. “Job seekers have so many opportunities that no one employer is particularly significant to them…” Read more.    Dr. Jay Finkelman is the Department Chair of I-O, Business Psychology […]

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 […]

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