Category: Irvine

Toward a healthier nation: No health without mental health

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, one of the leading universities devoted exclusively to psychology and related behavioral health sciences, has published a compendium of research supporting the need to treat individuals and families with a holistic approach that integrates the medical diagnosis with a psychological evaluation. Mental Health is central to the well-being of […]

Access to mental health care critical for all

In response to the HB1840/SB 1556 bill recently signed into law as part of legislation known as the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), I sent a letter to the Governor of Tennessee on behalf of The Chicago School community to express my thoughts on the likely impact of this legislation on access to mental health […]

Out of the shadows

The Chicago School convenes Skid Row agencies to empower the homeless of Los Angeles. The Chicago School’s decision to have urban campuses in Los Angeles, Chicago, and Washington, D.C. is not by accident. In fact, having campuses set in the heart of the city has allowed students to experience the multifaceted challenges facing the urban […]

More than a buzzword

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology was founded on the belief that multicultural awareness and cultural sensitivity are essential to the successful practice of professional psychology. But the definition of diversity three decades ago has changed as much as the world around us. Where do we go from here, as an institution and as a […]

Irvine Branch Campus launches unique Latina/o mental health certificate program

To address the increasing need for culturally competent mental health providers, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP) — one of the leading nonprofit graduate school devoted to psychology, and related behavioral and health sciences — has launched a Latina/o Mental Health Certificate program at its Irvine Branch Campus. The only certificate program of its […]