Author: Shamontiel L. Vaughn

Shamontiel L. Vaughn joined TCS Education System’s Marketing Department as the Editorial Writer in February 2017. She has previously worked in digital media with the Chicago Tribune, the Chicago Defender, CBS Chicago, and Sun Times Network.

Predicting the unpredictable

When is a teenager just being a teenager? And when is their angst a sign that more destructive behavior is just around the corner?

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Global education in action

Representatives from The Chicago School traveled to Costa Rica for a three-day interdisciplinary summit on global education.

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Aging alone

As more baby boomers enter the third stage of life, mental health practitioners are taking a closer look at the mental health impact of aging—and oftentimes aging alone.

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Project 1948: Bosnia

The Chicago School alumna Jenifer White, Ph.D., founded Project 1948 to help Bosnian youth confront and cope with the aftermath of the Bosnian Civil War and genocide.

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Hip-hop therapy in practice

In the latest issue of {INSIGHT} Magazine, Jaleel Abdul-Adil, Ph.D., shares how hip-hop therapy can be used effectively to entertain and educate. Find out how his students have used this form of music therapy in their own clinical psychology projects.

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10 facts about PTSD to help spread awareness

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.

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Providing positive patient care for all

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.

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