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Reflections on the Attacks at New Zealand Mosques

March 21, 2019

MSP Program Director Dr. Shannon Chávez-Korell sent the below letter to the entire community following the attacks in New Zealand. Dear MSP Students and Colleagues, My heart goes out to all of our Muslim students, colleagues, friends, neighbors, brothers and sisters in the wake of the shootings at two New Zealand Mosques on Friday.  My… Read More



Call for Proposals – Cultural Competency Conference

March 1, 2019

The deadline to propose for the Cultural Competency Conference is fast approaching! One of the Conference organizers, Carrie Pyeatt, talks about who organizers are looking for below. The Cultural Competency Conference, developed in a collaboration between Student Engagement and our student-led organizations, will fill a growing need to provide additional resources and information on working… Read More



Foster the Future Phase II Update

February 28, 2019

Foster the Future is MSP’s multiphasic plan to open the MSP clinic and community education and training space during our campus expansion. President Fran Brown announced this fall that we were entering Phase II. Below is an update on what is happening mid-Phase II. Hiring Clinic Director Phase II of the Foster the Future campaign… Read More



Why a PsyD?: What to consider when considering a doctorate

January 8, 2019

For some, the pursuit of a doctoral degree is a no-brainer. Of course I am (or am not) applying to the PsyD program after I finish my Master’s. Other students aren’t so sure. Something draws them to the idea and some equally potent thing pulls them back. As the deadline to apply (February 15) approaches,… Read More



EPPP Preparation Workshop: What to Expect

December 12, 2018

Each year, MSP hosts a free peer led EPPP Workshop for current students and alumni designed to support and encourage a successful EPPP journey. Below, MSP alum Cynthia Ransley, MA (’15) offers a preview of this year’s workshop beginning in February. Psychologists tend to fall into two camps regarding the EPPP – 1) It sucks,… Read More



Fall 2018: First Semester Highlights

November 27, 2018

What an exciting semester it has been! In addition to the usual highly anticipated events (like Orientation and Welcome Week) MSP celebrated our new President Fran Brown, our name change, and the exciting transition to Phase II of Foster the Future that will include the MSP clinic, opening Fall 2019. Here are just some of… Read More



MSP Welcomes New Board Chair & Board Members

November 5, 2018

The Michigan School of Psychology (MSP) Board of Trustees is pleased to announce the following appointments: MSP alumnus Tanya Martin, PsyD (’05) to Board Chair, and Sook Wilkinson, PhD and DeAndre A. Lipscomb, MA to Board Trustee. Dr. Tanya Martin, Board Chair, has been a dedicated member of MSP’s Board of Trustees since 2010.  In… Read More



Campus Expansion: Phase II Begins!

October 31, 2018

We’re excited to move into Phase II of our Foster the Future campaign and realize our dream of opening the Michigan School training and community clinic. The next year will continue to be a busy one, with the clinic’s opening planned for fall 2019.  Several efforts are already underway: Hiring a New Clinical Director Soon… Read More



CE Workshop Preview: “Running on Empty: Childhood Emotional Neglect”

October 22, 2018

On November 16 at 1:00 PM, Dr. Lavinia Ekong is presenting “Running on Empty: Childhood Emotional Neglect” as part of the MSP Continuing Education Workshop Series.  Dr. Ekong offers the following as a workshop preview.  Register for this workshop here. “Running on Empty” workshop is based on the book by Dr. Jonice Webb who pioneered the work of… Read More



Email Update Announcement

October 3, 2018

On Monday, October 15, 2018 the Michigan School of Psychology’s email address domain will change to @msp.edu. We have been planning this transition for some time to align with our recent name change.  Please update your contact information to reflect that change on or after October 15th. Starting at 9AM on Monday, we will begin… Read More