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Alyse Dietz: What MSP Means to Me

Alyse Dietz (MA with ABA Concentration) shares what her experience at MSP has meant.  There are often times in life when we as humans feel compelled to keep going, pushing, working, achieving, and most importantly, to make sure that we

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Courtney Cabell: What MSP Means to Me

Courtney Cabell (MA ’21, PsyD 1) shares what her experience at MSP has meant.  If you would have asked me what my career plans were prior to starting the master’s program at MSP, my answer would have sounded something like,

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Fernanda Berganza: What MSP Means to Me

Fernanda Berganza (MA) shares what her experience at MSP has meant.  If the world were a little more like MSP everything would have more color. I am sure that there would be no place for racism or sexism. There would

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Jared Boot: What MSP Means to Me

Jared Boot (MA ’19, PsyD 3) shares what his experience at MSP has meant.  When I think of the Michigan School of Psychology (MSP), I think of the words of the school’s founder, Clark Moustakas, “The teacher offers resources, makes

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2021-2022 Community Accomplishments

It’s time for our annual Year in Review! As we look back on each semester of the academic year, we reflect on the changes we have experienced, as individuals and a community. We’re so happy this year marked the return

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Third Semester 2021-2022 Review

It’s time for our annual Year in Review! As we look back on each semester of the academic year, we reflect on the changes we have experienced, as individuals and a community. We’re so happy that this year marked the

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