Monthly Archives: March 2011

A Day in the Life of an M.A. Counseling Student

This week I am going to blog briefly about what I’ve been up to in my classes because, as a prospective student, it may be helpful to have a sneak peek into the day in the life of an MSPP … Continue reading

Posted in Counseling Psychology

Self-care can be anything!

Self-care. Have you heard this term before? I know the first time I heard this phrase was during Fundamentals Week (orientation) at MSPP. For something so important to psychologists, it seems that I should have been aware of the concept … Continue reading

Posted in Around Boston, Clinical PsyD

Mid-Semester Stress- How to Deal!

Mid-semester is always stressful whether it be during the fall, spring, or summer. For some reason, it seems as if all the professors got together in a small room and secretly decided to make all large papers due during the … Continue reading

An MSPP Filled Weekend!

This past weekend I was involved with MSPP academically, voluntarily, and socially!  On Saturday I attended a very successful Interview Day.  I was a student interviewer who helped to lead the group interview round, as well as five individual interviews.  … Continue reading

Posted in Applying to MSPP, Counseling Psychology

Time Management: A Key to Success

Grad school can be stressful. But there is a trick to success, and it has taken me a semester to get it perfect. I think that a month into my second semester here, I am getting that the key to … Continue reading

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