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February 2020

It’s time for our annual Year in Review! As we look back on each month of the academic year, the MSP community can reflect on the changes and growth we have experienced since September, both individually and as a community. Here’s a look at highlights from February 2020.

Other February highlights:

Psi Chi member Jared Boot (PsyD 1) offered a workshop on asexuality for students to learn about emerging asexual identities, best practices in the field, and how to differentiate psychosexual and medical dysfunctions from asexual clients on February 3.

Dustin Shepler, PhD, Core Faculty, and Mackenzie Glaros (PsyD 2) offered a “Proposal to Poster” workshop to provide students support on how to make a professional poster for a conference on February 24.

Dr. Shepler also presented a Continuing Education seminar on the ethical issue of multiple relationships in the clinical setting on February 26.

We welcomed MSP Alum Angela Celeste May, MA (’94), PhD for a talk on what psychologists need to know in order to be culturally competent when working with African American clients on February 28 as part of Black History Month programming.

Blogs: President Brown announced she is joining the Michigan Board of Psychology, new Adjunct faculty member & Alum Matthew Kadrich, PsyD (’16) enjoyed the Faculty Spotlight, we offered a campus expansion update, and featured a blog to promote Alum Angela Celeste May, MA (’94), PhD’s workshop.