Author Archives: Kristen Morvillo

Final Blog!

I’m sad to say that this will be my last blog here at MSPP. I’ve really enjoyed this experience; it allowed me to vent while also providing prospective students with some important information. I hate to see this experience be … Continue reading

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En Route Masters for Clinical PsyD Program

It’s almost the end of my second year here at MSPP and I’m looking forward to the end of the semester. Not only will classes be done soon (2 weeks!!), but I’ll also be getting my Masters! This will be … Continue reading

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Quest Project for my Humanistic Theory Class

I’ve been working on my finals for the past week or so now and it’s been really stressful. There’s one final, however, that I’ve been working on this entire semester and I’m just putting the finishing touches on now. This … Continue reading

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End of the Semester

It’s hard to believe that the end of the semester is almost here. We have about four weeks of classes left and I know people are feeling the pressure. I feel swamped with the amount of papers and work I … Continue reading

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A & P Conference

It’s that time of the year when the Clinical PsyD students have to start thinking about planning their A & P conferences. This usually happens during the summer session, in May or June. The A & P conference is a … Continue reading

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Spring break is over…

Last week was our spring break and I’m sad to see it go. Even though it was really nice to see all of my friends and get back to class, the time off was refreshing. I was able to take … Continue reading

Why I chose MSPP

It’s hard to believe, but it’s already that time of the year when MSPP begins to send out acceptance letters to prospective students. Two years ago, around this time, I remember anxiously waiting to hear if I had been accepted … Continue reading

On being a broke grad student

Being a poor grad student is never fun, but often comes with the territory of working toward an advanced degree. A lot of prospective students wonder how they can afford a degree while taking a full course load, putting in … Continue reading

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“What women have influenced you?” for Women’s History Month

This month for Women’s History we were asked, “What women have influenced you?” So here it goes… At the age of 13 I found out that my parents were getting a divorce. Soon after, my mother and I made the … Continue reading

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Summer Semester

Last Friday, registration for summer classes opened at 9:00 am. I was at my computer, ready to go and as soon as 9:00 hit, I logged into SSIG on MyCampus to register. I couldn’t believe that some of the classes … Continue reading

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