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Dr. Cynthia Langtiw Talks with PBS about Youth Violence and Social Media

In the aftermath of a brutal attack in Chicago that was streamed on Facebook Live, Chicago PBS affiliate WTTW invited Dr. Cynthia Langtiw, associate department chair, Clinical Psy.D., to join a panel on public affairs show Chicago Tonight to discuss the varying effects of digital communication tools on young people. Watch the interview.   Associate […]

4 reasons why getting a certificate might be a good career move for you

Dr. Mary Caruso-Anderson, chair of the Department of Applied Behavior Analysis at the Washington, D.C. Campus was quoted in this Washington Post article about the benefits of earning a certificate to advance your career. “Our field is developing so rapidly,” says Mary Caruso-Anderson, chair of the Department of Applied Behavior Analysis at the Chicago School’s D.C. […]

Toward a Healthier Nation: No Health Without Mental Health

The Chicago School’s new national report on the status of mental health recommends evaluating physical and mental health together. (LOS ANGELES) (NOVEMBER 29, 2016) –The health of Americans is deteriorating rapidly due to chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease. The debate over health care has resulted in the Affordable Care […]

You should get to know: Kristin Hanson

TCSPP Online M.A. Psychology graduate Kristin Hanson, was profiled in The Des Moines Register, a local newspaper site. “The only way to do great work is to love what you do.”

The Peace Corps and The Chicago School Forge New Partnership

(CHICAGO) (NOVEMBER 16, 2016)—The Peace Corps and The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP), one of the leading nonprofit universities devoted to psychology, and related behavioral health sciences, have signed a Memorandum of Agreement to launch a new Paul D. Coverdell Fellows Program with The Chicago School’s Online M.A. in International Psychology Program. The Coverdell […]

Dr. Heather Sheets Interviews on Forgiveness and Letting Go During the Holiday Season

“Forgiveness during the holiday season can be one of the best gifts you give.” Dr. Heather Sheets, campus dean, Washington, D.C. Campus gave an interview on WGN Radio’s The David Plier Show, in which she talked about how to mend fences, cope with stress and find forgiveness during the holiday season. Listen to the full […]

Top 25 Women of Atlanta: LaShone Garth

Forensic Psychology alumna LaShone Garth was featured as one of the top 25 women in Atlanta by rollingout.com. She is also a veteran and executive director of Blanket of Freedom Incorporated. Read story. “My belief is that all women are powerful,” said the Georgia State University alum with an MA in forensic psychology from The Chicago […]

Dr. Breeda McGrath Offers Expertise on Why People Feel Comfortable Driving While Distracted

“Most motorists know that driving while distracted is extremely dangerous, yet they continue to do it anyway in frightening numbers. You might consider it a case of collective cognitive dissonance if distracted drivers felt stress or mental discomfort over the contradiction. But that’s just the problem — they don’t.” The Chicago School’s Dr. Breeda McGrath […]

The trick to getting smarter is kind of obvious

Dr. Eleazar Cruz Eusebio, associate professor in the Chicago Campus School Psychology Department, was interviewed about the benefits of lifelong learning in this article for headspace.com. “People who learn new skills are people who become more intelligent.” About Dr. Eusebio Dr. Eusebio has been invested in developmental neuropsychology for many years and started his career […]

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