Julia Boehm, Ph.D. , professor of psychology at Chapman University, recently spoke with Dr. Larry Santora on his show Health Matters to discuss her research showing correlations between a person’s heart health and his/her happiness and optimism. You can watch the interview above or on Dr. Santora’s website . Boehm’s research centers on whether positive
This article, written by Joe Yogerst, originally appeared on the Los Angeles Times website. Chapman’s Department of Physical Therapy offers a “boot camp” that takes a creative approach to rehab. Alison McKenzie ’s stroke boot camp looks nothing like a traditional physiotherapy session. On any given day there might be a competitive game of wheelchair hockey
Earlier this month, Crean College’s Dr. Julia Boehm was featured on WAMC Northeast Public Radio in its Academic Minute segment. Dr. Boehm studies the correlation between mind and body, particularly whether being happy can make your heart healthier. You can listen to Dr. Boehm explain her research and read her transcript below.
On Friday, June 27th the Frances Smith Center for Individual and Family Therapy will host “Understanding the Basics of Self Injury” with expert Angela Kahn, M.A., LMFT. The seminar is eligible for three Continuing Education Credits (CEU). Angela Kahn is founder and director of the Kahn Institute for Self-Injury (KISI) and a licensed marriage and family therapist
This article, written by David Ogul, originally appeared on the Los Angeles Times website. A Chapman University expert discusses fertility problems and treatments. Brennan Peterson knows well the mental anguish that couples face when dealing with infertility. The associate professor of psychology is also the director of Chapman University’s Marriage and Family
This article, written by Joe Yogerst, originally appeared on the Los Angeles Times website. Business is set to boom for physical therapists. Employment in the sector is projected to grow 36% over the decade spanning 2012 to 2022, much faster than the average for all occupations, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. This means
Nearly 200 research projects were presented at Chapman University’s annual Student Research Day May 14, 2014. The daylong event was held at the Sandhu Conference Center, and it showcased the university’s student research and scholarly projects. Research posters lined the room and students stood nearby to explain their research and answer questions from the attendees. Among
Chapman University’s efforts to expand its science programs has led to the formal creation of the Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences! Formerly part of the Schmid College of Science and Technology, the health and behavioral sciences programs will officially split off and become an independent unit- the Crean College- on June 1, 2014.
Dr. Nicole S. Hignojoz is a full-time faculty member in the Physical Therapy department at Chapman University and she recently returned from her second visit to El Salvador, where she is helping advance physical therapy. Hignojoz was invited by the United Cerebral Palsy Organization and a physical therapist from UCLA Hospital (also a former faculty member
From the Chapman University Press Room: Chapman University and Saddleback College have joined forces in an effort to create more graduates in the sciences. In a formal agreement to be signed by the two schools on April 21, the partnership aligns Saddleback College’s science programs with Chapman’s Schmid College of Science and Technology majors