A licensed clinical psychologist for more than three decades, John Kluczynski, Psy.D., shares how the field has evolved and where he believes it’s headed.
One in five American adults will place a bet on the NCAA tournament. Odds say some of those gamblers may be struggling with addiction.
Many career fields require an understanding of human behavior—the foundation of an undergraduate degree in psychology.
What effect can the Windy City’s biggest flaw have on your mental health, and what can be done to mitigate any potential negative impact?
Nadia Jones, Ed.D., LMFT, discusses the community mental health course in The Chicago School of Professional Psychology’s Marital & Family Therapy Specialization.
As awareness about the prevalence of sexual violence has increased in recent times, we thought it is important to examine the critical role that forensic psychology may play in these specific cases.
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN) program paves a path for current registered nurses (RNs) to advance their careers while also deepening their understanding about the impact of mental health during the delivery of quality, integrated health care.
In applied behavior analysis, Natural Environment Training (NET) continues to be confused with the term “play therapy”. We explain the difference.
The “Windy City” offers distinct benefits for college students seeking to finish their degree and enter the workforce.
A degree in applied behavior analysis can prepare you to make an impact across a variety of industries—from professional sports to autism therapy. Here are four ways to apply a degree in applied behavior analysis that you may not have known.