Dr. Chuck Howard, who earned a Bachelor of Science in Law Enforcement and Police Science at SHSU College of Criminal Justice, was appointed Chair of the Forensic Psychology and Clinical Psychology graduate programs at the American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University in Denver.
After graduating from SHSU in 1981, Howard obtained a Masters in Counseling at the University of Northern Colorado in 1984 and his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology at Texas A & M University in 1991. His dissertation was on “Relationship of Anxiety to Performance among Police Cadets in Crime Scene Situations.”
In 2004, Howard obtained a post-doctorate Masters in Clinical Psychopharmacology from Alliant International University, which allows him to work with and train medical staff.
Howard previously worked for the North Colorado Medical Center, where he designed a treatment program for adolescents and provided psychological evaluations to family courts as well as regular workshops for police and correction officers on behavioral health issues and special needs offenders.