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The Metta Yoga Project

October 2, 2018

The Michigan School of Psychology is pleased to welcome back Dr. Ronda Diegel for our second annual hosting of The Metta Yoga Project on campus on Saturday, November 3 from 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM.  Last November, Dr. Diegel led an atrium full of community members – all ages and ability levels – through a… Read More

Celebrating MSP Core Values: 3 Button Brownbag Series

October 1, 2018

This October, MSP is celebrating our name change and rebranding campaign with the 3 Button Brown Bag (3BBB) series.  The purpose of the series is to explore and engage with MSP’s three updated Core Values through experiential lectures and individual challenges. Here’s how it will work.  Each week during the first three weeks of the… Read More

CE Workshop Preview: “The Dangers of Domestic Violence and Substance Abuse”

On October 24 at 6:00 PM, Dr. Stephanie Zoltowski is presenting “The Dangers of Domestic Violence and Substance Abuse” as part of the MSP Continuing Education Workshop Series.  Dr. Zoltowski offers the following as a workshop preview*. Every 9 seconds, a woman is assaulted and 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men have been… Read More

Staff Spotlight: Carol Hanson

September 20, 2018

MSP is pleased to introduce Carol Hanson who is filling a new role on campus – Training Coordinator.  As MSP grows, we are lucky to have Carol’s expertise in supporting our students in navigating the clinical training process.  Carol was kind enough to answer a few questions below. Give us a snapshot of your professional/academic… Read More

Faculty Spotlight: Derrick Sebree, Jr., PsyD

September 19, 2018

MSP is pleased to welcome Dr. Derrick Sebree, Jr. as an Adjunct faculty member this fall.  Dr. Sebree was kind enough to answer a few questions below. Where did you grow up? I spent part of my life growing up in Detroit, followed by Oak Park, MI. What or who influenced you to study psychology?… Read More

Inside Admissions: What to consider before applying to grad school

Applying for graduate school is a large decision in someone’s life and involves many difficult questions.  Is this what I really want to do?  How hard will the work load be?  Can I fit it into my life?  Can I afford it?  How will it benefit me and my future career?  Can I get in? … Read More

MSP Welcomes President Brown

September 5, 2018

The Board of Trustees of the Michigan School of Professional Psychology announced in June the appointment of Dr. Fran Brown as the fourth president of the institution. Dr. Brown is a graduate of both the Master and Doctoral Programs at The Michigan School. “I’m humbled by the opportunity to lead the very institution where my… Read More

Things Are Looking Up!

September 4, 2018

Progress continues on our campus expansion!   During Phase I, new pathways from the current building to next door are being constructed.  We have new sidewalks, curbs, and a staircase!  The new driveway to connect the original parking lot to the new parking lot is also underway. Thank you again to everyone who has donated to our… Read More

Faculty Spotlight: Antoinette Crocilla, PsyD

August 29, 2018

Dr. Toni Crocilla (’15) has taught as an Adjunct Faculty member for several years.  Below, Dr. Crocilla was kind enough to answer a few questions about teaching, her advocacy work, and what drives her passion for clinical psychology. Where did you grow up? I grew up in the south suburbs of Chicago, moving to the… Read More

Faculty Spotlight: Johanna Buzolits, PhD

The Michigan School of Psychology is pleased to welcome Dr. Johanna Buzolits as a Core Faculty member this fall.  Dr. Buzolits is the co-owner and operator of Arbor Wellness Center in Ann Arbor where she works with adolescents and adults on a broad range of mental health concerns.  She is also a registered yoga teacher and combines… Read More