Monthly Archives: April 2011

Job Search

I have 3 weeks of classes left until I graduate with my M.A. in Mental Health Counseling! Now that my Capstone is out of the way, I can focus all of my attention on securing a job. Luckily, I have … Continue reading

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Quest Project for my Humanistic Theory Class

I’ve been working on my finals for the past week or so now and it’s been really stressful. There’s one final, however, that I’ve been working on this entire semester and I’m just putting the finishing touches on now. This … Continue reading

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Millennium Park

Last time in my blog, I wrote about how great the location of MSPP is. Since then, spring has sprung, and I have been able to experience some more of the local greatness of West Roxbury. In particular, I am … Continue reading

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End of the Semester

It’s hard to believe that the end of the semester is almost here. We have about four weeks of classes left and I know people are feeling the pressure. I feel swamped with the amount of papers and work I … Continue reading

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Making a Decision: Location, location, location!

The deadline to make the graduate school decision is fast approaching, and many of you may still be making this important decision. In light of this, I have been asking some of my friends about their decision to come to … Continue reading

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A Memory, a Monologue, a Rant, and a Prayer

Last week, I had the privilege of taking part in MSPP’s annual production of A Memory, a Monologue, a Rant, and a Prayer (MMRP). I read one of ten monologues that night, which all dealt with violence against women and … Continue reading

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Capstone Presentation

I am feeling so extraordinarily relieved right now!  I had my Capstone presentation yesterday in front of my class and the director of the M.A. Counseling program and it went better than I could have imaged!!! I was really worried … Continue reading

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A & P Conference

It’s that time of the year when the Clinical PsyD students have to start thinking about planning their A & P conferences. This usually happens during the summer session, in May or June. The A & P conference is a … Continue reading

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MSPP professors are…understanding and flexible!

I have been very happy to be at MSPP this past year, and every day I am reminded of why I picked the right school for me. This week, I have been pleased by the flexibility of the professors at … Continue reading

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April Showers Bring May Flowers

Today is raining. I drove home from my morning classes in a thunderstorm and it is only in the low 40s, so my house is chilly.  Last week’s snow has washed away and my mood basically matches the weather.  I … Continue reading

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