The name change aligns the school with national trends in healthcare, and psychology's role in these developments.
In the News: Professional Psychology's Police Training Mindfulness Study Highlighted by Huffington Post and CNN
Mindfulness Reduces Stress and Anger in Police describes the recent work of professors Michael Christopher and Sarah Bowen, and graduate student Aaron Bergman.
Psychology major Patrice Fuller '16 researches the roots and implications of a pop culture phenomenon.
Zoey Mendoza Zimmerman '95 lived through the worst a parent can imagine. In 2010, her husband shot and killed their two children and then himself. In the past five years, she has struggled to live with grief and open her heart to the future— while holding on to her children's memories and helping other grieving parents do the same.
An NIH-funded collaborative led in part by the School of Professional Psychology and Hillsboro Police provides officers throughout the region with training to improve their resiliency to job-related stress.
The senior from Portland is spending the summer at Temple University in Philadelphia working under the direction of renowned neuroscientist Nora Newcombe.
Growing up, Avery Richardson ’17 wasn’t sure his father’s alma mater was even real.
Eddie Carrillo ‘15 fulfills dreams, for his family and himself.
Pacific University psychology major Blaise Holden '13 has received a Fulbright Scholarship for th
Schultz' psychobiographies on Truman Capote and Diane Arbus have been well-received by critics from The Wall Street Journal, Vanity Fair and others.