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Public Statement – Grading Policy

We are aware that recently a person affiliated with The Chicago School of Professional Psychology posted a tweet on their personal account that runs counter to our internal policies related to grading, as well as our core values. The Chicago School does not agree with, or condone, such sentiments or behavior. Several actions have been […]

The Chicago School Selected as a Top School for Military Community

Institution listed in Military Advanced Education & Transitions 2018 Guide to Colleges and Universities” for fourth consecutive year. (LOS ANGELES) (January 10, 2018) –The Chicago School of Professional Psychology is pleased to announce its fourth consecutive designation of a Top School in the Military Advanced Education & Transition (MAE&T)’s 2018 Guide to Colleges & Universities. The […]

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. Melody Bacon gives advice on how to cope on Mother’s Day

Marriage and Family Therapy Department Chair at the Irvine Campus, Dr. Melody Bacon, was interviewd by RealSimple.com in the article How to Cope When Mother’s Day Is Hard. In this story Dr. Bacon offers advice on how to navigate Mother’s Day when “you’re estranged from your mom, have a difficult relationship with her, or she’s passed away.” […]

Meet Dr. Jenifer White, alumna and founder of Project 1948

“What I enjoy most about my work is connecting and building strong supportive relationships around the world,” says Dr. Jenifer White, a graduate from the Online International Psychology Doctoral Program. Dr. White is the founder of Project 1948, a nongovernmental organization (NGO) that combines photography and the human voice as a platform for social impact […]

Student helps to make place for LGBTQ youth and self through volunteer work

“Lora’s strongest assets are her openness, creativity, willingness to learn and lead others,” explained LGBT Center of Raleigh Assistant Director Kelly Taylor. “She makes everyone who comes to the Center feel welcome.” Ms. Taylor is the supervisor to Online Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program student Lora Pilcher, who celebrated her first year’s anniversary of volunteering […]