Category: President’s Perspective

The Pandemic of Racism

Dear MSP Community, I apologize for not reaching out to you sooner about the heinous racial incidents that the media has covered over the last few weeks. I have struggled with what to say, searching for the right words and ultimately reconciling with the fact that there are none. Every aspect of

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From the President: Letter to MSP Students

Dear Students, I hope this email finds you well despite the challenges of this time. I know you’re working incredibly hard under challenging circumstances; your dedication and tenacity is impressive. This doesn’t surprise me given how far you’ve come in your life and education. I look forward to the day when this

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From the President

Dear MSP Community, As I write this I am struggling to find “just the right words” that will comfort and instill hope for better days. That’s often how I felt with clients; as they sat before me so expectantly, I felt pressured to say exactly the right thing that would

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The President’s Perspective: Michigan Board of Psychology

The President’s Perspective is a blog series from MSP President Fran Brown that explores the field of humanistic psychology and shares insights into her experience as President.  An essential part of my service to MSP students is to monitor changes occurring at State and Federal levels that impact students and

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2020: A Year of Promise

The President’s Perspective is a blog series from MSP President Fran Brown that explores the field of humanistic psychology and share insights into her experience as President.  I can’t recall a time in my professional life when I’ve anticipated the new year with the enthusiasm I have for 2020. A

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The President’s Perspective: Reflections on Family

The President’s Perspective is a blog series from MSP President Fran Brown that explores the field of humanistic psychology and share insights into her experience as President. This month as the holiday season approaches, President Brown reflects on families.  At this time of year our focus often turns to family.

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The President’s Perspective: How to Handle Imposter Syndrome

The President’s Perspective is a blog series from MSP President Fran Brown that explores the field of humanistic psychology and share insights into her experience as President. This month, President Brown shares an article on the intersection of Imposter Syndrome and parentification – and what can help. Nearly a year ago

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Open Letter to the MSP Community

MSP President Dr. Fran Brown wrote an open letter to the MSP Community following the recent news reports of the conditions of immigrant children being held at detention centers in the US.   Dear MSP Community. We have all heard of the cruel plight of the children of asylum seekers in the

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