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Photo of Dr. Fran Brown, PsyD, MSP President.

President Brown Appointed to APA Commission on Accreditation

 We are delighted to announce that MSP President Fran Brown, PsyD, was appointed to serve on the American Psychological Association’s Commission on Accreditation (APA-COA) for a three-year term that began January 1, 2021. As Commissioner, Dr. Brown will fill the Board of Educational Affairs/National Council of Schools and Programs of

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Celebrating Black History Month and Beyond

The impact that the Black community has had on the world is immense and impressive and should be celebrated and showcased every day of the year.  Below are a variety of ways that you can participate in Black History Month in February and continue to celebrate and support Black Americans

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Student Perspective: Compassion Funds

The mission of the Michigan School Psychological Clinic is to make mental health care accessible to everyone. And we do mean everyone. No one is turned away for lack of funds. Last fall when we were strategizing how to make our mission sustainable, Kari Eidnes (MA with ABA) suggested we

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Nicholas Capaul, PsyD (’20): “Let’s Talk About Death”

One of our 2020 doctoral grads, Nicholas Capaul, recently started a podcast with his twin brother called “Let’s Talk About Death With the Capaul Twins.” Dr. Capaul reflects below on growing up around death, his clinical work on grief, and the inspiration for their podcast. As a young boy I

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In Gratitude: Michelle Wheeler, MA (’09), MSI

Over the summer we learned that Michelle Wheeler, our beloved Head Academic Librarian, was beginning a professional transition away from MSP. Michelle is such an essential part of every aspect of MSP academic life – from syllabi, to book orders, to testing kits, teaching essential research skills – that we

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IDEA Joins MLK Day Driving for Justice Parade

Each year in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, MSP’s Inclusion, Diversity & Equity Alliance (IDEA) organizes or joins a local event for the community to attend together. This year, IDEA members decided to join the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Task Force, Inc. for their Peace Parade – “Driving

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Cultural Competency Conference: Proposal Deadline is Approaching!

The Cultural Competency Conference (CCC) is an annual conference presented by MSP’s Student Engagement team, the Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity Alliance (IDEA), and the Psi Chi Chapter at MSP. Students, psychologists, and members of the public are invited to attended. This year’s conference will be held virtually on May 7, 2021 and

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How to Map Your 2020

This time of year always inspires a looking back, a review of the year that is ending. Best of, worst of, all the days in between. 2020 has been like no other year in my life – I’m hoping to leave many of the experiences I’ve had firmly behind. But

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Student Reflection: Making the Most of Fall Semester

Fall semester 2020 was different than any other. Our faculty and staff worked tirelessly to ensure that even though our incoming students began their MSP journey 100% online, the heart of the experience would remain intact. Below we asked one student to reflect on her experience this semester. I think,

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