Tag Archives: clinical psyd

Super supervision

We know that supervision is a vital aspect of becoming a good practitioner. As a trainee, I rely on supervision for several reasons. First, it ensures that my clients are receiving quality therapy. By reviewing my client interactions with my … Continue reading

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Operation Christmas Cards: Support a Soldier

I was walking by the kitchen on the first floor yesterday when- much like how I discovered the Survivor Quilt Project (some are still on display, if you haven’t checked it out already)- I came across this: Veterans day has come and … Continue reading

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One more for the mix

Just a little intro to get started… I’m a first year student in the Clinical PsyD program, with a concentration in CFAR (Children and Families of Adversity and Resilience). I’m a Jamaican student who’s lived and studied in Massachusetts for … Continue reading

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“Brain Building” at the Freedman Center: Interview with Ember Cook, 3rd yr Clinicial PsyD Student

I had the pleasure of interviewing Ember Cook, a 3rd year Clinical PsyD student, about some of the exciting things currently happening at the Freedman Center.  Any current or future students interested in working with new parents and/or young children … Continue reading

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Special Muffins for Special People

I wrote the following post on my baking blog, Chocolate Covered Therapy, and since it talks about MSPP, I thought I would share it with all of you: “MSPP is very committed to their idea of creating a strong community. … Continue reading

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