National Veterans Initiative
Programs help returning soldiers and their families cope with mental health issues that arise during reintegration.
What We Support
Global HOPE Training Initiative
Training the Trainer
An innovative curriculum builds counseling infrastructure and promotes healing in countries affected by tragedy.
Garfield Park Preparatory Academy
Making the Grade
An elementary school uses Applied Behavior Analysis to improve academic success in a disadvantaged neighborhood.
What We Support
Naomi Ruth Cohen Institute for Mental Health Education
Giving a Voice
The Institute seeks to eradicate the stigma of mental illness and helps people who have suffered too long in isolation.
Latino Mental Health Initiative
Bridging the Gap
A program educates and connects mental health providers to meet the needs of the nation's largest and fastest growing ethnic group.
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Addressing the Mental Health Needs of Veterans and Their Families
In April, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology hosted two events that built on its veterans initiatives.
Mentoring At-Risk Students in Garfield Park
A new partnership between Garfield Park Preparatory Academy and Willow Creek Community Church will link community members with students for weekly, one-hour mentoring sessions starting this fall.
Cohen Institute Fundraiser Features Next to Normal Musical About Mental Illness
The play’s theme aligns closely with the mission of the Institute to reduce the stigma of mental illness by conducting outreach to many communities, including schools, veterans, and Latino/a and African American populations.
Supporting Japan in the Aftermath
The Foundation extends its heartfelt sympathy to the earthquake and tsunami victims and their families in Japan. Words cannot capture the pain and suffering of all those people affected by these disasters and their lives have been devastated. We hold all who were touched by this disaster in our prayers.
Addressing an Educational Crisis in South Africa
A new partnership between San Francisco-based Teach With Africa and The Center for African Psychology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in Washington, D.C., in collaboration with the LEAP Science and Maths Schools in South Africa, promises to bring much-needed resources to improve educational quality for black South African students from economically disadvantaged communities, and to further develop a model of education that has important implications for schools here in the United States.
Offering a Safe Haven for Girls and Young Women to Escape Sex Trafficking
A $35,000 grant from the Virginia Lee Shirley Private Foundation is funding a new partnership between The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and Anne’s House, where victims of sex trafficking receive therapy, life skills training, education, and other services designed to help them overcome the psychological trauma and have a chance at a new life.