Tag Archives: Fall Semester

Halfway Through- A Review of the First Half of the Semester

The semester is already half over! I thought this would be a good opportunity to share some of my observations about MSPP’s Clinical Psy.D program up until this point. I have to admit I didn’t really know what I was … Continue reading

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We’re down to crunch time, people!

With only three more weeks of classes, I am in the last steps of this marathon of a semester! But what a rewarding marathon it has been! I feel like I have learned so much! Not only in regarding to … Continue reading

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Indian Summers

Today was a gorgeous, warm day! Especially in comparison to how rainy it has been the past few days. There seems to be a peaceful feel to today. As this semester continues, papers and other assignments are starting to pile … Continue reading

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HAPPY HOLIDAYS

Fall semester is officially over–this means that I only have one semester left to complete my Master’s degree!  Next semester I will start my capstone project, which may be a bit overwhelming, but for now I will relax and enjoy … Continue reading

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Holiday Spirit

I had something to look forward to after my 9 hours of classes this Monday–A holiday gift swap with MSPP students!  Some ladies and I got together at one of their houses, ordered pizza, unwound, and exchanged presents!  This was … Continue reading

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Unique Experiences at My Internship

Last week at my internship we had a holiday cook-off—clinical versus administrative!  I was recruited last minute to bring in something because a clinician wasn’t able to, so I had my boyfriend whip up some of his tasty deviled eggs … Continue reading

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A Full Plate

Are you wondering what is on my plate mid-semester as a second year counseling student? If not, I’ll tell you anyway: This week at my internship I have two new client intakes scheduled, 4 hours of individual therapy, 5 hours … Continue reading

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“Controversies in the Assessment and Treatment of Juvenile Sex Offenders”

This week I attended a free Continuing Education Program at MSPP called “Controversies in the Assessment and Treatment of Juvenile Sex Offenders,” led by Dr. Frank Dicataldo.  Although I am not in the Forensic Counseling Program, I thought that the … Continue reading

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Halloween with MSPPers

Not all of graduate school is about books, papers, and classes—some is about making lifelong relationships!  This Halloween I got together with MSPP classmates to celebrate a joint birthday-Halloween party. One of the most important aspects of graduate school to … Continue reading

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Student Coordinating Committee (SCC) Has Bake Sale Success!

Many schools have their own form of student government, and at MSPP we have the Student Coordinating Committee (SCC).  This is one of the many ways students can get involved at MSPP above and beyond their academic work.   This is … Continue reading

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