Tag: The Chicago School of Professional Psychology

Dr. Michelle Cutler on how to help kids manage the use of technology

In this interview with ”Fox 32 Chicago”, Clinical Psychology Associate Professor Dr. Michelle Cutler offers tips on how to create balance in children’s use of technology. “I think it goes back to how we set up their introduction to technology and to screens…” Watch the interview.   Dr. Michelle Cutler is an Associate Professor in […]

Any Positive Change

He believed that every life was worth saving, and in treating people who use drugs with dignity.” The death of Dan Bigg in August 2018 prompted descriptive headlines — “the Godfather of Harm Reduction,” “Harm Reduction Pioneer,” “Revolutionary” — from media across the country and the world. And though the headlines sound exaggerated, they are […]

It’s Time to Talk Out Loud About Mental Health

People have been taught their whole life to ‘suck it up,’ to ‘stop crying.’ Jay Styles (pictured below with son Jack and daughter Elle) believes “the ability to talk out loud about mental health – how others are leading the charge to change the stigma and help others struggling,” is the biggest benefit to having […]

10 Years APA Accreditation for Los Angeles Campus Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program

(LOS ANGELES) (AUGUST 21, 2018) The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP) is pleased to announce that the Los Angeles Campus Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program (Clinical Psy.D.) has been granted accreditation by the American Psychological Association (APA). The program received 10 years of accreditation, the maximum amount of time allowed by the APA’s Commission on Accreditation. […]

Dr. Chavez discusses the impact of alleged sexual abuse of immigrant children

After the story broke of alleged sexual abuse of immigrant children housed in immigrant youth shelters, Counseling Psychology Associate Professor Dr. Nayeli Chavez interviewed with KJZZ FM to discuss how the allegations impact other immigrant children in shelters. “Knowing about alleged abuse makes kids still living in shelters more afraid, and less likely to report […]

Dr. Walsh offers tips to prepare for school transitions as kids head back to school

School Psychology Department Chair Dr. James Walsh interviews with WBEZ to offer tips to help students and parents deal with school transitions, whether that be kindergarten, middle school, high school or a new school. “It’s really important as parents to listen to those kids…Every child will have different reasons…they’re nervous or anxious about school.” Listen […]

Dr. Chavez interviews with Telemundo about alleged sexual abuse of immigrant children

After the story broke of alleged sexual abuse of immigrant children housed in immigrant youth shelters, Counseling Psychology Associate Professor Dr. Nayeli Chavez interviewed with Telemundo to discuss the mental health needs of the children. Watch the interview in Spanish. Dr. Nayeli Chavez is a licensed clinical psychologist. She has significant experience working with immigrant, […]

Dr. Chavez interviews with Univision about alleged sexual abuse of immigrant children

After the story broke of alleged sexual abuse of immigrant children housed in immigrant youth shelters, Counseling Psychology Associate Professor Dr. Nayeli Chavez interviewed with Univision Noticias to discuss the mental health needs of the children. Watch the interview in Spanish. Dr. Nayeli Chavez is a licensed clinical psychologist. She has significant experience working with […]

Washington, D.C. Campus’ M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program Earns CACREP Accreditation

(WASHINGTON, D.C.) (August 1, 2018) – The Washington, D. C. Campus’ Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program has been granted accreditation by the Board of Directors of the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). CACREP is a specialized accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation. CACREP provides […]