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Highlighted events that welcome TCSPP alumni attendance and participation.
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 Washington, D.C.


Financial Literacy for Graduate Students: Student Debt, Salaries, Loan Forgiveness and Budgeting

Friday, May 20, 12 p.m. ET​
D.C. Main Campus (901 15th St. NW) room 2L03B and via GoToMeeting​

Join special guest speakers Dr. Eddy Ameen, Dr. Nabil El-G​​​​horoury, and TCSPP Financial Aid Advisor, Jamie Wingate, for a special financial literacy workshop hosted by the Clinical Psychology Department. RSVP to Michael Lau, Ph.D.

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*​The Lesser Known Maslow: The Better Known Rogers

Saturday, May 21, 9:15 a.m.- 4:15 p.m. ETMaslow and Rogers.png
D.C. Main Campus (901 15th St. NW) room 2L03B 

5.5 CEs/CEUs available at discounted rate for alumni

Kenneth Feigenbaum, Ph.D. will provide insight into the ideas and practices of the two famous Humanistic psychologists, drawing from both expertise and personal experiences as colleague of Maslow at Brandeis and a client at the Counseling Center of the University of Chicago just before Rogers left.​


 Multiple Locations/ Webinar Accessible

Webinar - ​TCSPP Alumni Panel

Thursday, September 7 4pm PT / 6pm CT / 7pm ET

Join the Office of Alumni Relations for this webinar discussion with TCSPP alumni to discuss professional development, careers, and life after graduation. ​

 

(The video file is large - click play and allow a minute or so for audio and visual to begin)​

Financial Literacy for Graduate Students: Student Debt, Salaries, Loan Forgiveness and Budgeting

Friday, May 20, 12 p.m. ET
D.C. Main Campus (901 15th St. NW) room 2L03B and via GoToMeeting

Join special guest speakers Dr. Eddy Ameen, Dr. Nabil El-Ghoroury, and TCSPP Financial Aid Advisor, Jamie Wingate, for a special financial literacy workshop hosted by the Clinical Psychology Department.

Global and Local Impact: Socially Responsive & Sustainable Leadership

Saturday, May 7, 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m. CT
Chicago Campus (325 N. Wells St.) Room 407

Sponsored by The TCSES Office of Global Engagement, the Organizational Leadership program at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, and Saybrook University's Department of Leadership and Management. Join leaders, researchers, leadership faculty and students, concerned citizens and stakeholders as we explore issues of leadership is accountability for group, organizational or system outcomes, globalization and changing demographics, talent shortages and competition, and fast-changing technology. This is a series of events, beginning with a day of practical strategizing and networking in Chicago for emerging leadership researchers, faculty, students, and practitioners for an informal discussion to explore these issues. Follow-up events focusing on critical skills for today's complex global workplace include the following:

  • Global Citizen Leader 
    Wednesday, May 11,  6 p.m. PT/ 8 p.m. CT/ 9 p.m. ET via GoToMeeting

  • The Future Workplace: Promoting Skills for Career Long Employability While Fostering Community Vitality 
    Saturday, May 14,  9 a.m.-12 p.m. PT
    Saybrook University (475 14th Ave. Oakland, CA)






 Chicago

 


 

*Ethical & Risk Management Strategies for Mental Health Professionals

Tuesday, May 3, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. CT
Chicago Campus (325 N. Wells St.) Room 407/412

3 CEs/CEUs available at discounted rate for alumni

Scott Hammer, Attorney returns to explore approaches to ethical and legal issues that commonly arise in therapeutic practice including the Illinois Mental Health Confidentiality Act, proper note taking, retention of records, treatment of minors, and termination issues. 

Global and Local Impact: Socially Responsive & Sustainable Leadership

Saturday, May 7, 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m. CT
Chicago Campus (325 N. Wells St.) Room 407

Sponsored by The TCSES Office of Global Engagement, the Organizational Leadership program at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, and Saybrook University's Department of Leadership and Management. Join leaders, researchers, leadership faculty and students, concerned citizens and stakeholders as we explore issues of leadership is accountability for group, organizational or system outcomes, globalization and changing demographics, talent shortages and competition, and fast-changing technology. This is a series of events, beginning with a day of practical strategizing and networking in Chicago for emerging leadership researchers, faculty, students, and practitioners for an informal discussion to explore these issues. Follow-up events focusing on critical skills for today's complex global workplace include the following:

  • Global Citizen Leader 
    Wednesday, May 11,  6 p.m. PT/ 8 p.m. CT/ 9 p.m. ET via GoToMeeting

  • The Future Workplace: Promoting Skills for Career Long Employability While Fostering Community Vitality 
    Saturday, May 14,  9 a.m.-12 p.m. PT
    Saybrook University (475 14th Ave. Oakland, CA)

*​Success: A Discovery Workshop for Professional Women

Friday, May 13, 12:45 p.m.-5 p.m. CT
Chicago Campus (325 N. Wells St.) Room 407

3.5 CEs/CEUs available at discounted rate for alumni

Presented by Connie Fuller, Ph.D., MBA, SPHR, SHRM-PC, this program is designed to help professional women formulate a vision for their own success, as opposed to seeking success by someone else's definition. By releasing participants from the notion that they can only be successful by the definition of someone else who may or may not be just like them (i.e., Sheryl Sandberg's Lean In), participants will be encouraged and supported by female peers to explore and seek success on their own terms.

*Motivational Interviewing: An Introductory Workshop

Friday, May 20, 8:45 a.m.-5 p.m. CT
Chicago Campus (325 N. Wells St.) Room 407

7 CEs/CEUs available at discounted rate for alumni

Presented by Milton Fuentes, Psy.D., this program will introduce participants to the theory, principles, and skills of motivational interviewing (MI). Participants will engage in a sequence of learning activities to develop and refine clinical skills and to begin a process for developing proficiency in MI, including the four major processes – engaging, focusing, evoking, and planning.

"Veterans Voices" by Erasing the Distance

Thursday, May 26, 5:30- 7:30 p.m. CT
DePaul University Daley Building (14 E Jackson Blvd., Chicago) LL102 - Lower Level Theater 

Created in partnership with The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Veterans Voices focuses on mental health issues facing active military, veterans and their families through performances of real-life stories. The performance is followed by a moderated, interactive talkback to process the show's themes. This event is free and open to the public. Register to attend by May 16.  ​

Join The Chicago School Community at ABAI 2016

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Hyatt Regency Chicago & Swissôtel Chicago 

Events featuring The Chicago School of Professional Psychology include:

  • ​Behavioral Analysis Training Programs Poster Expo
    ABA Programs of The Chicago School's Chicago (booth 34), Online (booth 35) and SoCal Campuses (booth 67)
    Sunday, May 19, 7-9 p.m.
    Hyatt Regency, Riverside Exhibit Hall, Purple East​
  • The Chicago School, B. F. Skinner Foundation, and Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies Reunion
    Monday, May 30, 9-11 p.m.
    Swissôtel, Vevey 3

    This event provides an opportunity for all ABAI convention attendees involved with or interested in the B. F. Skinner Foundation, the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies, and the Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Departments of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology to get together to network, discuss common interests, and have an all-around good time! Featuring 
    Ashley Whittington-Barnish, Ph.D.Leslie Morrison, Ph.D.Mary Caruso-Anderson, Ph.D., and Robyn Catagnus, Ed.D., Department Chairs of the ABA departments in Chicago, LA, DC, and Online respectively. ​


*​The Coen Brothers' Raising Arizona: Comedy & the Arc of Individuation

Friday, June 3, 12:45-4 p.m. CT
Chicago Campus (325 N. Wells St.) Room 407

3 CEs/CEUs available at discounted rate for alumni

Presented by George B. Hogenson, Ph.D., Senior Training Analyst, C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago, this workshop will examine the unusually complex and complete depiction of the individuation process as conceived by C. G. Jung and represented in this 1987 comic masterpiece. 


*​​​Naomi Ruth Cohen Institute 15th Annual Conference​

Sunday, June 5, 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. CT
Beth Emet The Free Synagogue (1224 Dempster Street, Evanston, IL)

"Mental Health: Why Does it Matter? A Compassionate Community Responds"
View the brochure and register to attend before May 20 for Early Bird savings

5 CEUs and 5.25 IAODAPCA credits available


*​​Psychological Benefits of Community Participation for Adults with Serious Mental Illness

Friday, June 3, 12-1 p.m. CT
Chicago Campus (325 N. Wells St.) Room 407

1 CE/CEU available at discounted rate for alumni

Presented by Mark Salzer, Ph.D., Professor and Chair of the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences at Temple University and Director of the Temple University collaborative on Community Inclusion of Persons with Psychiatric Disabilities, this session will introduce the audience to areas where community participation has been shown to be beneficial for people with serious mental illnesses and approaches for promoting participation based on the social model of disability.​


 

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