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November 2019

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 November 2019.

Other Highlights from November:

IDEA hosted a Critical Conversation on “Religion, Spirituality, and Psychology” to explore the question – Religion, spirituality & psychology – can they co-exist – on November 5 and presented a follow-up to Dr. Buzolit’s “Unpacking White Privilege” conversation on November 18.

Psi Chi welcomed Andrea Brent (PsyD 3) for a workshop on working with clients with Huntington’s Disease on November 8.

Core Faculty member Danielle Balaghi, PhD, presented a Research Brownbag on “Resiliency in the Face of Discrimination.” Dr. Balaghi discussed the Risk and Resiliency theory and shared clinical and research examples on November 11.

We welcomed staff from HAVEN for a training on consent on November 15.

We welcomed MSP alum Jill Norbury-Jaranson, PsyD (’16) for the third in our “Lessons from Our Alumni” Series on November 19.

Blogs: President Brown reflected on chosen family, we offered thanks to our clinical partners, Cynthia Ransley, MA (’15) and Communications Coordinator, wrote in honor of World Kindness Day, and Carrie Pyeatt, Coordinator of Admissions & Student Engagement, offered insight into “How to Pick a Grad School.