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The Chicago School Joins Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration, Ramping Up Advocacy Efforts

Alliance Calls on Congress to Pass Legislation Protecting Dreamers (CHICAGO) (December 21, 2017) –The Chicago School of Professional Psychology—one of the leading nonprofit institutions devoted exclusively to psychology, and related behavioral health sciences—has joined the Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration, a collective effort founded to improve how colleges and universities address immigration-related matters […]

The Mission Continues for Student Army Veteran

U.S. Army veteran and Chicago Campus student Ashley Tisch believes strongly in serving both her country and her community. This belief led her to volunteer with military children after leaving the Army, providing her the opportunity to give back, and eventually leading to recognition from national coalition of colleges and universities, Campus Compact. The M.A. […]

Dr. Eusebio discusses long-term effects of sustained bullying

In the wake of a lawsuit won by parents of a bullied child against a school district accused of not protecting the child, Washington, D.C. Campus Department Chair of School Psychology, Dr. Eleazar Eusebio spoke to the Middleton Times Herald-Record about the long-term effects sustained bullying can have. “Children who have been routinely bullied are […]

The Chicago School signs agreement with Washington Adventist University

Takoma Park, Md. (November 7, 2017) Washington Adventist University (WAU) and The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP) reached an agreement recently that will make it easier for WAU graduate psychology students to earn a doctoral degree so that they can provide holistic, professional psychology services that will improve community health. The agreement was signed […]

Women’s leadership pioneer, mental health care innovator and children’s mental health advocate among speakers at D.C. Campus Commencement

Final TCSPP 2017 commencement closes out year with enthusiasm and high expectations. (Washington, D.C.) (NOVEMBER 06, 2017)– The October 27 Washington, D.C. Campus commencement ceremony was host to honorary degree recipient, Martha Farmer, founding and executive director of Leadership America; distinguished alumna Sonya Bruton, Psy.D., chief operating officer, CCI Health and Wellness; and student speaker, […]

Dr. Eusebio on keeping your mind sharp

In this discussion with Buzzfeed, Dr. Eleazar Eusebio, department chair, School Psychology, Washington, D.C. Campus, details nine ways to keep your brain sharp and improve your memory. “Reading is one of most influential exercises. It’s the most proven way to support brain health because we have evidence of early reading and its direct influence to […]

Dr. Nancy Zarse discusses New York terror attack suspect

In an extensive interview with FOX 32 Chicago’s “Good Day Chicago,” Forensic Psychology Department full professor Dr. Nancy Zarse shed light on what might have driven the New York City terror attack suspect to commit such an act. She also discussed the pre-attack triggers that signify to those around terrorists that they might be dangerous. […]

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