Medens Health Announces Collaboration with The Chicago School of Professional Psychology

Medens Health is delighted to announce its partnership with The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP), an American Psychological Association (APA)-accredited institution in the field of psychology and mental health education. This collaboration aims to support and train the next generation of mental health professionals by providing practicum trainees with valuable diagnostic and therapy experience as they progress through their program. Medens currently collaborates with Pepperdine University in California, and the University of Nevada (Las Vegas), Meridian University, and Fielding University in Nevada and is thrilled to add TCSPP.

The significance of this partnership resonates deeply with Medens Health, as co-founders Mindia Gabichvadze, PsyD, and Nicole Anders, PsyD obtained their doctorate degrees from Argosy University, which is now part of TCSPP. They credit their education and training at the institution for laying the foundation of their successful careers in the field of mental health.

By welcoming practicum students from TCSPP, Medens Health is excited to give back to the institution that has played such a pivotal role in their own professional journeys. The students will have the opportunity to receive comprehensive diagnostic and therapy training under the guidance and mentorship of Medens Health's psychologists. This hands-on experience will be invaluable as the students progress toward their internship (pre-doctorate training) and continue to develop their skills in a real-world clinical setting.

Medens Health is thrilled to have a hand in shaping the next generation of psychologists and contributing to the growth of the community. By providing quality training opportunities, Medens Health aims to nurture and empower these students to become compassionate, skilled practitioners who will make a positive impact on the mental well-being of individuals and families.

"We are grateful for the education and support we received from The Chicago School, and we are excited to pay it forward by mentoring and training these talented students," said Mindia Gabichvadze, PsyD. "Our collaboration with The Chicago School aligns with our commitment to fostering a well-prepared and diverse mental health workforce."

Medens Health looks forward to a fruitful partnership with TCSPP, and together, they aim to advance the field of mental health and ensure that the community receives the highest quality care from well-trained professionals.