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  • Board of Trustees - Erikson Institute
    certificate gainful employment Scholarship opportunity Child Parent Psychotherapy Seminar infant specialist certificate gainful employment infant specialist courses online ph d program past dissertations doctoral faculty current students admission apply visit us Visiting a class Admission information sessions Graduate fairs requirements international students financial aid tuition fees cost of attendance grants scholarships fellowships student loans payment plans applying for aid student services writing program computers technology housing transportation health insurance registration and records academic policies enrollment and degree verifications name and address changes transcript request forms immunization u pass library online offerings online advantages how it works recommended skills tech requirements self assessment continuing education offerings webinars webinar archives quick credits credit types faq customized training family child care modules achieving biliteracy research community initiatives assessment children at risk family support infants toddlers schools teaching technology young children supporting erikson contribute to erikson ways to give areas of support give online corporate foundation gifts Our Board of Trustees represents a cross section of Chicago s civic corporate professional and philanthropic communities The board s constant stewardship and fundraising support enables Erikson to maintain its reputation as a premier institution of higher education Executive officers Michelle L Collins Chair President Cambium L L C John L Hines Jr Vice Chair Partner Clark Hill PLC Edward S Loeb Treasurer Civic Leader Ashley Hemphill Netzky Secretary Civic Leader Life trustees Virginia Bobins T Berry Brazelton M D Richard P Kiphart John W McNulty James J Roche Bernice Weissbourd Members of the board Catherine M Adduci President of the Board Village of River Forest Eric Adelstein Partner Adelstein Liston Barbara T Bowman Professor Erikson Institute Ikram Goldman President ikram Sabrina Gracias Director of Investor Relations Valor Equity Partners Steve Gradman Vice President Becker Professional Education Toby Herr Director Project Match Bruce Huey Of Counsel Friedman

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  • Faculty - Erikson Institute
    education offerings webinars webinar archives quick credits credit types faq customized training family child care modules achieving biliteracy research community initiatives assessment children at risk family support infants toddlers schools teaching technology young children supporting erikson contribute to erikson ways to give areas of support give online corporate foundation gifts Our faculty members are respected voices for children Their expertise is sought and heeded by the education and medical communities state policymakers national research and advocacy organizations Congressional committees and professionals who work with young children Visit our research section to browse recent faculty presentations download research publications and see all the projects where they are actively generating and applying child development knowledge in the community Administration Geoffrey A Nagle Ph D M P H LCSW President CEO Irving and Neison Harris President s Chair email protected 312 893 7100 Jie Qi Chen Ph D Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Dean of Faculty Professor Founder Early Math Collaborative email protected 312 893 7132 Professors Tonya Bibbs M S W Ph D Assistant Professor email protected 312 893 7170 Barbara T Bowman M A Professor email protected 312 893 7139 Ashley Curry Assistant Clinical Professor email protected 312 893 7140 Pamela Epley Ph D Assistant Professor email protected 312 893 7186 Linda Gilkerson Ph D Professor Executive Director Fussy Baby Network email protected 312 893 7138 Robert Halpern Ph D Professor email protected 312 893 7136 Jon Korfmacher Ph D Associate Professor email protected 312 893 7133 Gillian Dowley McNamee Ph D Professor email protected 312 893 7135 Luisiana Meléndez Ph D Clinical Assistant Professor email protected 312 893 7176 Amanda Moreno Ph D Assistant Professor email protected 312 893 7192 Mark Nagasawa Ph D Assistant Professor email protected 312 893 7134 Sharon Syc Ph D Clinical Associate Professor email protected 312 893 7187 Instructors Theresa Atchley Instructor email protected Jill Barbre M S Ed LCSW Supervisor DCFS Early Childhood Project email protected 312 893 7218 Margaret M Brett A M LCSW Director of Field Instruction and Career Counseling email protected 312 893 7221 Sandy Carrillo M S Instructor email protected Patricia Chamberlain M A Instructor email protected Charles Chang M A Chief Research and Strategy Officer email protected 312 893 7245 Amy Clark M A Instructor email protected Colette Davison Ph D Dean of Students email protected 312 893 7173 Terra Ellingson M A Instructor email protected Andria Goss M S M S W Program Director DCFS Early Childhood Project Instructor email protected 312 893 7199 Saima Gowani Ed M Project Director Prevention Initiative Birth to Three Programs Instructor email protected Carey Halsey M S Instructor email protected Robyn Hart M Ed Instructor email protected Mary Claire Heffron Ph D Instructor email protected Carri Hill Ph D Instructor email protected Pat Husband M A Instructor email protected Mary Hynes Berry Ph D Senior Instructor Instructor Early Math Collaborative email protected 312 893 7183 Rebeca Itzkowich M A Senior Instructor Instructor Early Math Collaborative email protected 312 893 7185 Sherry

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  • Faculty experts guide - Erikson Institute
    changes transcript request forms immunization u pass library online offerings online advantages how it works recommended skills tech requirements self assessment continuing education offerings webinars webinar archives quick credits credit types faq customized training family child care modules achieving biliteracy research community initiatives assessment children at risk family support infants toddlers schools teaching technology young children supporting erikson contribute to erikson ways to give areas of support give online corporate foundation gifts Erikson faculty are available to speak to reporters on a range of issues in child development and education Topics include Federal education policy Universal preschool Infant mental health Culture in child development and education Credentialing of teachers PreK 3 schools Child and family policy Bilingual education Early math Child abuse and neglect Literacy and numeracy Testing and assessment Recruitment of nontraditional candidates to the field of education Consult the list below for more topics of expertise To reach any faculty member contact Jeff Strayer at 312 893 7109 or email protected Faculty experts Geoffrey A Nagle Ph D Irving and Neison Harris President s Chair View profile Economic benefits of prevention Influence of early childhood research on public policy Barbara T Bowman M A Irving B Harris Professor of Child Development View profile Assessment of children s learning Bilingual education Chicago Public Schools Child care Early childhood education Education of poor and minority children Moral development of children Role of grandparents State and federal education policies Teacher education recruitment and retention Universal preschool Margret Nickels Ph D Director Center for Children and Families View profile International adoption Trauma and loss Attachment and bonding Discipline Separation anxiety Transition into out of home care or school Bedtime and sleep Peer relationships Children and television Jie Qi Chen Ph D Professor View profile Assessment of children s learning Cognitive development Computers in the classroom Early numeracy and math instruction Implications and applications of multiple intelligences theory Role of culture in a child s development Teacher education and professional development Pamela Epley Ph D Assistant Professor View profile Assessment of children s learning and development Disabilities and disability policy Early childhood special education Early intervention Family professional partnerships Teacher education and professional development Jane Fleming Ph D Associate Clinical Professor View profile Early literacy Culturally relevant instruction Multicultural and urban children s literature Reading assessment Teacher education and professional development Linda Gilkerson Ph D Professor View profile Brain development Early intervention Fussy babies High risk children in hospital settings Infant mental health Robert Halpern Ph D Professor View profile After school programs Child and family policy Early childhood intervention in developing countries High school apprenticeship programs Literacy in non school settings Parenting support programs Prevention of child abuse and neglect Services for families living in poverty Jon Korfmacher Ph D Associate Professor View profile Child abuse and neglect Education and licensing of infant mental health practitioners Emotional development Infant mental health Treatment processes in early childhood interventions Gillian Dowley McNamee Ph D Professor View profile Assessment of children s learning Child care

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  • History of Erikson Institute - Erikson Institute
    supporting erikson contribute to erikson ways to give areas of support give online corporate foundation gifts Erikson Institute a private graduate school and research center was established in 1966 in response to the critical need for early childhood professionals to staff the nation s expanding programs for young children Three prominent child advocates child psychologist Maria Piers social worker Lorraine Wallach and educator and activist Barbara Taylor Bowman launched the institute with the support of businessman and philanthropist Irving B Harris Each believed that a comprehensive understanding of child development was fundamental to the task of helping children reach their potential They recognized a demand for well trained early childhood teachers to work in newly launched Head Start programs Harris and Piers went to Washington D C in late 1965 to seek funding for the school they had in mind The response they received was promising but for months no funds were forthcoming Ultimately Harris told Piers and her colleagues that he would cover costs if they went ahead The school originally known as the Chicago School for Early Childhood Education enrolled its first class of 16 student in the fall of 1966 Classes were held in the Hyde Park Bank building In 1967 the school formed an affiliation with Loyola University Chicago to grant a master s degree In 1969 it was renamed for Erik Erikson the German born psychoanalyst and former colleague of Piers who first proposed that children are not simply biological organisms but also products of society s expectations prejudices and prohibitions A unique approach To prepare students to understand the whole child the founders recruited faculty from early childhood education administration cultural anthropology clinical and developmental psychology pediatrics and social work The curriculum emphasized developmental psychology biology and social science in addition to more traditional disciplines Their vision was to create a multiethnic interdisciplinary group of early childhood practitioners educators administrators and community leaders committed to delivering the very best care and early education to young children and their families These leaders would work as advocates for children at risk for school failure and developmental harm The method Erikson s founders chose for preparing these leaders was unique and it remains so today relationship based theory driven self reflective practice From the start Erikson emphasized the centrality of relationships in all learning and in successful intervention with families and community and institutional systems Through small group seminars and faculty mentoring the Institute led students to examine their own responses to children families and professionals instilling the habit of professional self reflection Internships are required so students hone their skills and see how lessons apply in the field This intensive approach linking theory and knowledge to practice has become the gold standard in the field Following the same rigorous approach Erikson added a Ph D program and dual degree program in child development with Loyola as well as several certificate programs and master s degree options After several years of granting master s degrees independently Erikson

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  • Erikson’s founders - Erikson Institute
    computers technology housing transportation health insurance registration and records academic policies enrollment and degree verifications name and address changes transcript request forms immunization u pass library online offerings online advantages how it works recommended skills tech requirements self assessment continuing education offerings webinars webinar archives quick credits credit types faq customized training family child care modules achieving biliteracy research community initiatives assessment children at risk family support infants toddlers schools teaching technology young children supporting erikson contribute to erikson ways to give areas of support give online corporate foundation gifts Back to Erikson Institute s history Erikson Institute began with Maria Piers a Vienna trained psychologist who focused on the psychosocial development of children In the mid 1960s as Head Start was launched as one salvo in the War on Poverty Piers recognized a growing need for highly qualified early childhood teachers She wanted to train teachers to apply modern psychoanalytic knowledge of child development to early care and education She found willing collaborators in social worker Lorraine Wallach then an assistant director at the Virginia Frank Child Development Center and Barbara Taylor Bowman head teacher in a therapeutic day care program They knew that too often preschool was little more than babysitting and they were well aware of the costs of failing to support optimal development and learning in the earliest years The three approached businessman Irving B Harris with their idea to start an early childhood training institute in Chicago Harris who saw education as the key to preventing poverty violence and other social ills was quick to see the benefits of their plan He agreed to support the start up and Erikson began to make history Piers well known and well connected in psychoanalytic circles enriched the curriculum with lectures by the likes of Anna Freud Rene

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  • Erik H. Erikson - Erikson Institute
    works recommended skills tech requirements self assessment continuing education offerings webinars webinar archives quick credits credit types faq customized training family child care modules achieving biliteracy research community initiatives assessment children at risk family support infants toddlers schools teaching technology young children supporting erikson contribute to erikson ways to give areas of support give online corporate foundation gifts Back to Erikson Institute s history Since Erikson Institute s founding we have been committed to preparing a new kind of early childhood practitioner one with a deep understanding of child development To reflect this unique approach the school was renamed in 1969 for renowned psychoanalyst Erik H Erikson a former colleague of Erikson Institute co founder Maria Piers He was the first to propose that children are not simply biological organisms but also products of society s expectations prejudices and prohibitions About Erik Erikson One of the most influential psychoanalysts of the 20th century Erik Erikson was born in 1902 in Frankfurt am Main Germany After completing high school he moved to Florence to pursue his interest in art and in 1927 became an art teacher at a psychoanalytically enlightened school for children started by Dorothy Burlingham and Anna Freud in Vienna The move changed his life and career He earned a certificate from the Maria Montessori School then embarked on psychoanalytic training at the Vienna Psychoanalytic Institute By 1936 he had joined the Institute of Human Relations part of the department of psychiatry at Yale University Erikson s legacy Erikson s best known work is his theory that each stage of life is associated with a specific psychological struggle a struggle that contributes to a major aspect of personality His developmental progression from trust to autonomy initiative industry identity intimacy generativity and integrity was conceived as the sequential reorganization of

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  • Accreditation - Erikson Institute
    certificate programs online bilingual esl certificate gainful employment infant mental health certificate gainful employment Scholarship opportunity Child Parent Psychotherapy Seminar infant specialist certificate gainful employment infant specialist courses online ph d program past dissertations doctoral faculty current students admission apply visit us Visiting a class Admission information sessions Graduate fairs requirements international students financial aid tuition fees cost of attendance grants scholarships fellowships student loans payment plans applying for aid student services writing program computers technology housing transportation health insurance registration and records academic policies enrollment and degree verifications name and address changes transcript request forms immunization u pass library online offerings online advantages how it works recommended skills tech requirements self assessment continuing education offerings webinars webinar archives quick credits credit types faq customized training family child care modules achieving biliteracy research community initiatives assessment children at risk family support infants toddlers schools teaching technology young children supporting erikson contribute to erikson ways to give areas of support give online corporate foundation gifts Accreditation and approvals Erikson Institute is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission 230 South LaSalle Street Suite 7 500 Chicago Illinois 60604 1411 800 621 7440 www hlcommission org Accreditation is limited to master s degrees and certificates in fields related to child development and early childhood education including Bilingual ESL certificate and the Master of Social Work Erikson Institute is authorized by the Illinois Board of Higher Education to grant the M S in Child Development the M S in Early Childhood Education leading to initial teacher licensure the M S in Early Childhood Education Online and the Master of Social Work Erikson s M S in Early Childhood Education leading to initial teacher licensure is approved by the Illinois State Board of Education The Master of Social Work is accredited and approved by the

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  • The Erikson community - Erikson Institute
    Early Childhood Education Leading to Teaching License Bilingual ESL Endorsement M S in Early Childhood Education Leading to Teaching License Early Childhood Special Education Letter of Approval m s in early childhood education online online m s faq M S in Early Childhood Education with Bilingual ESL Specialization Online how it works certificate programs online bilingual esl certificate gainful employment infant mental health certificate gainful employment Scholarship opportunity Child Parent Psychotherapy Seminar infant specialist certificate gainful employment infant specialist courses online ph d program past dissertations doctoral faculty current students admission apply visit us Visiting a class Admission information sessions Graduate fairs requirements international students financial aid tuition fees cost of attendance grants scholarships fellowships student loans payment plans applying for aid student services writing program computers technology housing transportation health insurance registration and records academic policies enrollment and degree verifications name and address changes transcript request forms immunization u pass library online offerings online advantages how it works recommended skills tech requirements self assessment continuing education offerings webinars webinar archives quick credits credit types faq customized training family child care modules achieving biliteracy research community initiatives assessment children at risk family support infants toddlers schools teaching technology young children supporting erikson contribute to erikson ways to give areas of support give online corporate foundation gifts Erikson Institute is a warm welcoming and diverse community Made up of faculty students alumni trustees supporters and partners we all share a passionate commitment to improving the lives of young children We teach that all learning takes place within relationships and we model that belief in our classrooms Students here enjoy lively close connections with faculty and personalized support from our responsive staff With a broad range of backgrounds and experience represented in the student body students learn from one another and develop

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