The Chicago School of Professional Psychology is now offering eight new programs at its campuses in Southern California, Chicago and Washington, D.C., as well as online.
The programs will be offered at the master's and doctoral levels, and registration is open for the fall semester.
The online campus is offering a Master of Health Services Administration program, which will train students for careers in hospitals, mental health organizations and nursing homes, according to a press release. Grants for the program are available for those who qualify. Marianne Jankowski is chair of the department. Additionally, the Master of Science clinical psychopharmacology program is available for licensed or licensed-eligible clinical psychologists who want to be able to prescribe medications to their clients. Gerardo Rodriquez-Menendez is the department chair.
The Southern California campus in San Diego will offer a Master of Science in applied behavior analysis, in which students will learn to work with autistic children or those with developmental disabilities, the release states. Students receive training to become board-certified behavior analysts. Leslie Morrison is the department chair.
A Master of Arts in clinical psychology, marital and family therapy specialization is also offered at the San Diego campus. Students will be qualified to take the California Board of Behavioral Sciences MFT licensure exam after completing the program, the release states. The department chair is Jennifer DeFeo.
The Master of Arts Clinical psychology, marital and family therapy specialization, with an applied behavior analysis track, is ideal for students who want to become marriage and family therapists or work with individuals with developmental disabilities. DeFeo and Morrison are the department chairs.
The Doctor of Psychology in applied clinical psychology is available at the San Diego campus for students licensed as psychologists in California. Sean K. Sterling is the department chair.
The Chicago campus will offer Doctor of Psychology in school psychology for students to become school and clinical psychologists in Illinois. The department chair is James Walsh.
Finally, the Washington, D.C., campus will offer Specialist in Education program in school psychology for students to practice in public schools. The department chair is Eleazar Eusebio.