Directed Studies

It’s coming up on registration time. While there are many great courses offered at MSPP, it can be difficult to fit them in to our busy schedules, working around internship requirements. One option to get around these constraints is to create a directed study.

Students have created directed studies on such topics as play therapy, college counseling, men and masculinity, and Dissociative Identity Disorder. Currently, I am working with other students to study Internal Family Systems Theory (IFS).

Directed studies can be a great way to explore a specific area of interest. Additionally, because they are often taught by outside professors, students get the chance to meet other professionals in the field. A maximum of six students can enroll in a directed study, creating a setting where rich discussions can occur. The opportunities are endless – happy organizing!

About mmosesmspp

I am a third year PsyD student interested in working with children, adolescents, and families, especially those affected by trauma. I'm originally from Colorado. Although I miss the mountains and the activities that go along with them, I fell in love with Boston upon moving here five years ago. I initially came east to study creative writing, completing a memoir about my experience volunteering in the Peace Corps in Lesotho. I am an avid runner, yoga practitioner, and lover of food. I love trying new things and used to be obsessed with finding and attending each and every cool thing that happened in Boston. Now my days and nights are filled with internship responsibilities and coursework - and I couldn't be happier.
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  11. This post is really helpful because which reason you gave in article.I like Directed Studies but please explain more about Directed Studies.Thanks

  12. Shine says:

    Can you explain more what Directed Studies mean? Is it like on-the-job training or internship?

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