The Chicago School of Professional Psychology at Chicago is a graduate school and member of the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology. The Chicago School uses a special model of education, The Engage Practitioner Model, which features learning through engagement in community service. The Chicago School operates several academic centers including the Forensic Center, Naomi Ruth Cohen Center, and Center for Multicultural and Diversity Studies.
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