Daily Archives: December 4, 2012

Introducing myself

Hello there, fellow MSPP friends. I’m Jackie, the new blogger on the block and I thought I’d take a minute to introduce myself before jumping right into real blog posts, where you’d read them and go “wait, who is this … Continue reading

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Still Thinking Thankful Thoughts

According to my classmates, in less than 6 months from today, those of us that are full-time, 2nd year MA Counseling students will graduate. I will leave the creation of those nifty countdown clocks to my peers. The (unfortunate) truth … Continue reading

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Not Yes

You guys, I think the secret is out. Busy people get things done. Who knew? Apparently lots of people, even in Franklin’s time. This is what keeps us busy people so busy. Right now, I may be the busiest I … Continue reading

Posted in Organizational Psychology & Leadership, Personal Growth

DSM-V and the Future

Today the DSM-V was confirmed by the APA’s Board of Trustees. This means that, finally, the new edition of the DSM will be published and used by professionals. Especially exciting is the number of changes made to diagnoses or criteria, … Continue reading

Posted in Counseling Psychology, Personal Growth