Monthly Archives: October 2013

Scary Decisions

Big life decisions can be scary, especially when you make them on short notice. I moved up to Massachusetts from West Texas a little over a month ago, and – to be honest – I was completely terrified of the … Continue reading

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2nd Star to the Right

This week I have been thinking a lot about “normal” or “typical” kids. It can be hard to tell the “typical” from the “unusual” these days: everyone wears tiaras and tutus to school, wears the Ninjago sweatshirts and seems to … Continue reading

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From Français to Field Placement

Hello! I’m Ali, and I’m a first-year Clinical PsyD student at MSPP. I grew up a dozen miles or so from MSPP’s campus. Actually, my grandparents used to live within a ten minutes’ walk from Wells Avenue. I went to … Continue reading

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From Austin to Boston

Howdy ya’ll! I’m Bobby from El Paso, Texas. I am a first year student in MSPP’s Forensic and Counseling program, and absolutely love the school and what it stands for. A quick summary of me: born and raised in Texas, … Continue reading

NKOTB: Quick Self-Introduction

Howdy! My name is Stephanie and am the ‘new kid on the block’ not only to this blog, but also to MSPP. I think now is as good as any other time to introduce myself and tell you a little about who I am. I … Continue reading


What does it mean to you? More importantly, what does it mean to the kids in our schools? I can remember when I was little it was something that was demanded of children. And I do mean that in the … Continue reading

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