Monthly Archives: February 2011

Winter break is over…

Since this is my first posting, I would like to introduce myself. My name is Haneen, and I am a first year student in the Clinical Psychology PsyD program. For my field placement, I work with adolescents in a school … Continue reading

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An important and fun aspect of being an MSPP student is that there are many opportunities to do volunteer work during the school year.  An e-mail was sent out last week asking for volunteers to work at Cradles to Crayons … Continue reading

Posted in Counseling Psychology, Social Responsibility | 7 Comments

Second Year Practicum Applications

It’s hard to believe that the semester could already be in full swing, but it is, despite all the snow days we have had. So far, the topic of conversation (at least with other first years) has been next year’s … Continue reading

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Stuck in the Snow & The MSPP Community

Last Tuesday I had the privilege of experiencing the strength of MSPP community first hand. I was in my 8:30 AM Humanistic class when the snowstorm that hit 2/3 of the nation started. Toward the end of the class there … Continue reading

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MSPP Team Takes Assessment & Testing to Baton Rouge

After quite a journey we arrived in Baton Rouge on Sunday January 9, 2011.  We learned that it is not always warm in the Deep South and that the threat of snow and cold weather is enough to cancel flights … Continue reading

Posted in Guest Blog, Personal Growth, Social Responsibility | 22 Comments


A large part of my last semester will be filled with thoughts, anxiety, and excitement about my Capstone Project!  My fall semester professors did a great job of debunking any myths and calming down some of the panicking students who … Continue reading


Applying to Practicum/Internship Sites

Spring semester is always bittersweet. On the one hand it’s nice to be back in class and catch up with all of your friends; on the other it tends to be a long semester due to the winter and lack … Continue reading

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