Home // NewsPage 2

News

The President’s Perspective: Why We Celebrate Pride Month

June 12, 2019

June is Pride Month – a time to celebrate and support the ongoing fight for equal rights for the lesbian, bisexual, gay, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) community. Pride Month reminds us of how far the LGBTQ movement has come and how far there is still to go. Feeling love and acceptance for one’s personal identity… Read More



Faculty Spotlight: Georgios Lampropoulos, PhD

June 11, 2019

We are delighted to feature Georgios Lampropoulos, PhD, Core Faculty member at MSP in the Faculty Spotlight! Dr. Lampropoulos joined the faculty to teach in the MA program in September 2018.  Where did you grow up? I grew up in Kalamata, Greece, and also lived and studied in Crete, Greece for several years before coming to… Read More



Faculty Spotlight: Nancy Liebler, PhD

May 30, 2019

We are pleased to feature Nancy Liebler, PhD in our latest Faculty Spotlight! Learn more about Dr. Liebler below: Where did you grow up? I’ve often said that I grew up on the Pennsylvania Turnpike!  I was born in rural New Jersey, but when I was 12 my parents and I moved to Columbus, Ohio. … Read More



Top 5 Things to Consider Before Graduation

Graduate school – especially the 11-month MA at MSP – will take over your life. When we finish, most of us are really at the end of what we can give to the process. And that’s a good thing. When you finish your degree, you are prepared to begin your career, but you may not… Read More



Life After MSP: Kat Lewitzke

May 21, 2019

Here at MSP, we love to connect with alumni to find out more about the work that fulfills their passion for clinical psychology.  “Life After MSP” is our feature column that highlights the career journey of our grads. Name: Dr. Kat Lewitzke, PsyD, LP (Class of 2016) Job Title: Clinic Director & Owner (Bright Pine Behavioral Health,… Read More



Faculty Spotlight: Jessica Dluzynski, PsyD

We are pleased to feature MSP alum Jessica Dluzynski, PsyD (’17) in our latest Faculty Spotlight! Learn more about Dr. Dluzynski below: Where did you grow up? I grew up in Sterling Heights, Michigan, a busy suburb of the metro Detroit area, with my parents and two siblings. What or who influenced you to study… Read More



Life After MSP: Lainie Epstein

May 13, 2019

Here at MSP, we love to connect with alumni to find out more about the work that fulfills their passion for clinical psychology.  “Life After MSP” is our feature column that highlights the career journey of our grads. Name: Dr. Lainie Epstein, PsyD (Class of 2014, MA Class of 2005) Job Title(s): Clinical Psychologist, Outpatient… Read More



The Experience of Working with a Therapy Dog

May 9, 2019

MSP alum Betz King, PsyD will present the “Therapy Dog Certification Process,” a Continuing Education Workshop on May 29, 2019 that will define and explain the practicalities of the certification process. Below, Dr. King shares her personal experience of how Paisley enriched her clinical practice. I had the joy and privilege of working with a… Read More



Career Services at MSP

April 24, 2019

MSP strives to prepare our students for meaningful careers in clinical psychology. For early career professionals, sometimes the hardest part is assembling all the tools necessary to efficiently find that first job after graduation. Each year during third semester, Student Engagement creates a schedule of events designed to engage students in practical aspects of the… Read More



The President’s Perspective: A Humanistic Foundation

The President’s Perspective is a new blog series from MSP President Fran Brown that will explore the field of humanistic psychology and share insights into her experience as President. This month, President Brown delved into the importance of humanistic psychology in her own life and at MSP. The Michigan School of Psychology was originally founded… Read More