Daily Archives: September 23, 2011

Laughing, crying, singing

Today marks the end of week three at my internship. The staff was immediately welcoming, my supervisors are spectacular, and I love the other interns. I’ve already met with several patients. My site is a clinic that treats people with trauma … Continue reading

Posted in Clinical PsyD | 1 Comment


When I first heard about teachers emphasizing the importance of self-care, I kind of laughed. I’ve heard so many horror stories of grad school and how much it consumes your life; so, the idea of taking time out of that … Continue reading

Posted in Around Boston, Counseling Psychology, Personal Growth | Tagged , , | 8 Comments

The Affirmation

OK. I promised you a joke in the event that my first (real) day at Stevens was not absolutely amazing. However, despite the fact that there were no dramatic or traumatic events that would trigger an “awesome” on my day-rating … Continue reading

Posted in Forensic Psychology