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Alumni Spotlight: Jessie Ginsburg (Sinnet)’13 CSD alumna opens pediatric speech, language, and occupational therapy clinic in L.A.

November 7, 2019 by | News

When Jessie Ginsburg (Sinnet) ’13 was an undergraduate at the University of Redlands, she had a remarkable experience working with an 8-year-old boy who had a rare genetic disorder causing paralysis of his facial muscles. The boy’s endless motivation and determination to speak were truly extraordinary and inspirational. “To this day, he remains one of

Ting Qin ’21 Appointed Student Representative of OC-CAMFT

November 1, 2019 by | News

The Orange County chapter of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (OC-CAMFT) is dedicated to advancing the art and science of the MFT profession. The Chapter provides an educationally, emotionally, and professionally supportive atmosphere for licensed and pre-licensed members to grow individually and as a group. Recently, Crean College of Health & Behavioral

When Opportunity Knocks, Open the Door! Professor of Marriage & Family Therapy, Brennan Peterson presents his research in Australia

October 24, 2019 by Dr. Brennan Peterson | News

During my career, I have always tried to follow the adage ‘never say no to an opportunity.’  Put another way, I believe it’s important to say yes when meaningful opportunities present themselves. This belief was put to the test this past summer when I was invited to present at the annual meeting of the Fertility

Meet the Undergraduate Peer Advisors Emily, Natasha, and Diana are here to Help!

October 10, 2019 by | News

Chapman offers students many options when it comes to advising. First, there is the Academic Advising Center, which offers help with general ed, transfer credit, petitions, and registration. Second, there is your faculty advisor who can provide program-specific guidance. Career advising and internship support is also available, conveniently provided in-house by Heidi Swanson. Then, there

New Bridge Program: M.H.A Healthcare Administration at Concordia University Information Session to be held November 14, 2019

October 3, 2019 by | News

Employment of medical and health services managers is expected to grow 18% from 2018 to 2028 (United States Bureau of Labor and Statistics). Due to recent changes in the healthcare landscape, the need for qualified healthcare administrators has never been higher. According to Forbes, a master’s degree in Healthcare Administration offers one of the best

Understanding Love, Sex, and Consensual Non-Monogamy Dr. Amy Moors presents her research at prestigious Tech and Relationship Conference

August 8, 2019 by | News

  Dr. Amy Moors joined Chapman University’s Crean College of Health & Behavioral Sciences in 2018 as an Assistant Professor of Psychology. Her research addresses the impact of inequity on people’s belonging and well-being in intimate and professional contexts. Dr. Moors focuses on the relationships people have with others (romantic partners, family, colleagues) and with

Investigating the Neural Mechanisms of Social Cognition Communication, Engineering, and Brain science come together for an exciting new pilot study

August 6, 2019 by | News

Mental health is associated with social cognitive development.  Autistic children, whose cognitive development is oftentimes impaired, are at risk for social isolation, bullying, depression, and anxiety, all risk factors for suicide.  In fact, suicide is 28 times more likely in children with autism than the general population. An interdisciplinary team of faculty, Deanna Hughes Assistant

Chapman Leads the Largest National Study on Body Image Satisfaction Ever Conducted U.S. National Body Project II receives $100K from Kay Family Foundation

July 12, 2019 by | News

Associate Professor of Psychology, Dr. David Frederick has just completed the largest national study on body image satisfaction ever conducted. Known as the U.S. National Body Project I, the study brought together dozens of experts on body image  and included approximately 11,620 participants. Findings are soon to be published in a special issue of the

Chapman Student Shares Her Adventure Working in Healthcare Rachel Lustig '20 steps out of the classroom and into the ER

June 28, 2019 by | News

Health Sciences undergrads at Crean College of Health & Behavioral Sciences (CHBS) are passionate about the human body and all things related to health. Instagram walls are filled with images of students enthusiastically working on Anatomage tables, flipping through human physiology texts, and studying for the MCAT. But many admit to feeling slightly uncertain about

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