The best way to combat stigmas surrounding post-traumatic stress disorders is to raise awareness. These 10 facts explain how to understand and interact with someone who is at risk or diagnosed with PTSD.
TCS International (TCS) brings together five universities—including TCSPP—for a cross-disciplinary, three-month course and 10-day, study abroad experience in Cape Town and Johannesburg. TCSPP faculty Dr. Cynthia Langtiw discusses ways to enrich this experience.
Christopher Watson, a Chicago School doctoral student and fellowship recipient, is using his 20-plus years in Public Health to help improve the patient relationship for black, gay men at risk of HIV/AIDS.
The Center of Latino Mental Health at The Chicago School’s Chicago Campus partners with Las Moradas Apartments to share culturally responsive psychoeducation and mindfulness practices to LatinX elderly . Fellow Mariana Lopez talks about her experience.
Breeda McGrath, TCSPP’s online dean of academic affairs, was attending meetings in Chicago when Hurricane Maria hit. When she came home, the devastation was shocking.
Margie Martyn, Ph.D., brings more than 20 years of strategic leadership experience in higher education to The Chicago School’s largest campus.
In this Q&A interview, Mahoney shares her thoughts on why mental health care education is so important for the criminal justice system, her reaction to being nominated, and why the NRCI and TCSPP have been so imperative in her career.
Two women are doing their part to help bring understanding and compassion to a community on the defense: Muslims.
Major Laura Johnson, Psy.D., has earned her social justice stripes, treating veterans living with PTSD and working with the LGBTQ community.
Department Chair Michael M. Kocet, Ph.D., is pioneering a new way to facilitate healing—culinary therapy—and his students love it.