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3 common myths about applied behavior analysis (ABA)

Chicago School alumnus Jon Cardenas co-authored this feature on the Huffington Post “3 Common Myths About Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA),” explaining the common concerns and misconceptions parents have when seeking an Applied Behavior Analyst to work with their children who are diagnosed with autism. “We commonly hear, ‘My child won’t respond well to sitting at a table for extended periods […]

Clinical psychology student’s desire to help children dealing with trauma leads her on a global journey

The Rwandan Genocide of 1994, which lasted approximately 100 days, left a horrifyingly enduring legacy in its wake. The extensive trauma found in the aftermath of an estimated 800,000 to one million murders; 75,000 children left orphaned; and 250,000 to 500,000 rapes, has an inter-generational impact that is experienced throughout the country. The Global HOPE […]

The doc is in! | Mens’ break up coach

Dr. Gregory Canillas was interviewed by Serge Lenbet, the Men’s Break Up Coach, on “Surviving a Break Up,” moving through the pain and getting back on track.   About Dr. Canillas Dr. Canillas’ clinical work and research has focused on children and adolescents, children in foster care, family systems, domestic violence/trauma, couples therapy/relationship issues and LGBTQ clients. He […]

West Los Angeles Counseling Center celebrates new location

One of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology’s (TCSPP) Counseling Centers celebrated its new home in West Los Angeles with a ribbon cutting ceremony and social gathering on August 20, 2015. The mission of The Chicago School’s Counseling Centers is to offer high quality and affordable mental health services to the members of the greater […]

Oregon shooting: Israeli research may identify potential shooters

After the fourth shooting on an American college campus since August, Dr. Nancy Zarse was interviewed regarding her opinion of the viability of a new personality profiling technique that “automates the identification of potential school shooters by analyzing personality traits that appear in their writings.” The technique was developed by an Israeli professor and an American forensic […]

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology welcomes new faculty

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP), one of the leading nonprofit institutions devoted to psychology, and related behavioral and health sciences, welcomes 12 new faculty members to a roster already boasting more than 200 faculty members. The Chicago School includes locations online and on-ground across the U.S. in Chicago, Southern California, Washington, D.C.,  and also […]

Save Our School Children program awarded $121,935 grant

Save Our School Children (S.O.S), a program developed by Michelle Hoy-Watkins, Psy.D. of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology’s (TCSPP) Forensic Psychology Department and designed to help at-risk youth, was awarded a $121,935 grant to be disbursed over one year by Get IN Chicago, a donor advised fund of the Chicago Community Trust. The grant […]

Catherine Roland, Ed.D. assumes president-elect role with ACA

After being elected as the 65th president of the American Counseling Association (ACA) Dr. Catherine Roland, professor and chair of the Counselor Education Program at the Washington, D.C. Campus of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP), began her role as president-elect on July 1, 2015. Dr. Roland has accepted a three-year commitment to the […]

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