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Coping with Violence

Over the last two weeks, our nation has suffered immense loss. On May 11 a shooting occurred at a hair salon in Dallas, Texas’ Koreatown, and on May 15 a gunman open fired on a Taiwanese church in Laguna Woods, California. These two hate crimes happened in the middle of

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Ways to Volunteer Your Skills

Volunteering is a great way for anyone to give back to their community. As current and future psychologist, members of the MSP community have a unique set of skills that make them valuable volunteers. From using your clinical knowledge when volunteering for a crisis support line to simply being trauma-informed

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Student Perspective: Psi Chi Professional Development Award

The Psi Chi Professional Development Grant is available to support the professional development efforts of MSP Psi Chi members to promote academic and professional excellence in psychology. The grant can be used for a variety of purposes including APA and Division membership fees, journal subscriptions, conference fees, and more. Courtney

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Staff Spotlight: Holly Tocco

In Mid-December, we were delighted to welcome Holly Tocco, as our new Clinic Manager. Below, Holly offers insight into her role at MSP and a little about herself. Welcome Holly! Give us a snapshot of your professional/academic background. Pertinent to this role, I studied psychology at Western Michigan University, and

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Celebrating Transgender Day of Visibility

International Transgender Day of Visibility takes place annually on March 31st as a day to celebrate the lives and impact of transgender individuals and bring awareness to the continued discrimination the community faces. IDEA would like you to join us in celebrating Transgender Day of Visibility. This day is meant to

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Public Service Loan Forgiveness

ED Announces Limited Time Waiver for Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Requirements Through October 31, 2022 If you have student loan debt or will soon, I share with you some good news from the Department of Education. This important news for one and all – prospective students, current students, and

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Get Involved: Refugee Services in Michigan

During periods of unrest and uncertainty in the world, many people find themselves fleeing the homes they once knew and searching for community elsewhere. Others find themselves looking for opportunities to help those directly affected by unrest through volunteering or donating. There are many organizations the metro-Detroit area, as well

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Student Perspective: ABA

At the Michigan School of Psychology, we are proud to offer an Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) certificate through dual enrollment with our Master’s Program or as a stand alone program for students who already have an MA. The certificate program is an wonderful asset for those looking for educational and

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Staff Spotlight – Jonathan Hackett

At the end of November, we were delighted to welcome Jonathan Hackett, as our new IT Support Specialist. Below, Jonathan offers insight into his role at MSP and a little about himself. Welcome Jonathan! Give us a snapshot of your professional/academic background. I studied at University of Michigan-Dearborn and got

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