Author Archives: Hannah

About Hannah

Hello, my name is Hannah and I am a 1st year student in the clinical PsyD program at MSPP. I graduated from Wesleyan University last year with my B.A. in Psychology. I am originally from a very small farm town in upstate NY. My personal interests include baking, running, hiking, and procrastinating my homework by watching cat and baby videos on YouTube.

Unprepared: Our Noreaster and My Experience Coming Straight From Undergrad

Lately, I’ve been feeling really unprepared for life. We had the first Noreaster of the season this week, and it caught me pretty off-guard.  My mom warned me about it over the weekend, but I was caught up in the election excitement … Continue reading

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Sharing Stories

I’ve only been at MSPP for two months, and so far I have met some truly incredible people that I will consider life-long friends.  One of those friends in my first year cohort is named Nicole, and we spend about … Continue reading

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How to Write 40 Pages in a Week

A step-by-step guide on how to complete 5 papers for the same week: Work out a lot.  The endorphins will give you energy to keep going. Bake cookies.  They will help your emotional stability. Go to parties.  My MSPP friend … Continue reading

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Weathering the Storm

We had a stats midterm today.  And you know what, despite the high probability I calculated that the stress from the exam might kill me, I survived.  By some miracle, I survived.  We all did.  My whole class walked out … Continue reading

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Just Getting Started

Hello everyone!  My name is Hannah and I am one of the new bloggers.  I thought I’d use my first post to tell you a little about myself and fill you in on my undergrad -> grad school transition so … Continue reading

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