Monthly Archives: May 2013

Bike Commute

Today I took my bike on a test ride to gauge the feasibility of biking to my second year internship, and I am extremely happy to say that it is most assuredly feasible and will definitely be my preferred method … Continue reading

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Job Hunting!

Now that I know I passed my Capstone course (Woo-hoo!!!), Graduation is pretty much a sure thing. But just as soon as the cortisol levels started to come back down to Earth, here I go spiking them back up again. … Continue reading

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MSPP’s Annual Gala

MSPP held their annual Gala on Wednesday May 15th and my wife and I were fortunate enough to be able to attend thanks to my involvement in the Train Vets to Treat Vets program.  The Gala paid tribute to both … Continue reading

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It has been some time since I have last posted a blog.  Many events have occurred since that last posting; some of them unbelievably tragic and some more personally uplifting.  I will try, here, to provide my perspective and (at … Continue reading

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The End

This is it for me here on the MSPP blog. Since the beginning of my program in October, you dear readers have seen me through adjusting to online learning, becoming passionate about Student Affairs, and struggling to juggle it all. … Continue reading

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Celebrate good times…

The truth is there are many milestones on the way to becoming a school psychologist; finishing a master’s degree, passing the first year exam, passing the first year, successfully completing the national praxis test, handing in your last portfolio, getting … Continue reading

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It’s the Little Things…

… Like peeling grapefruits. Tonight I stood calmly in my kitchen for the first time in a while appreciating that I could do a reasonably simple task without feeling rushed. Of course peeling grapefruits takes a bit of skill, but … Continue reading

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Finale

We have finally come to the close of the first year of the Primary Care Program here at MSPP!  It has been such a phenomenal year.  With all the hard work we have done together as a cohort, I just … Continue reading

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