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An Unexpected Calling

February 16, 2015

I am a mother, who lost her child to suicide. Yet, as a result of attending MiSPP and earning my doctoral degree, I have been able to rewrite my story of despair into a story of hope. As a licensed psychologist (LP) and certified advanced alcohol and drug counselor (CAADC), I have the knowledge and… Read More



Alumni Updates- February 2015

Judy Atkins (PsyD 2011) is now fully licensed in the state of Georgia. “The quality education I received at MiSPP was evident since I passed both exams on the first attempt, which completed my application process for full licensure. The state of Georgia is strict in granting licenses and Michigan School of Professional Psychology met… Read More



MiSPP Spirit Wear

January 13, 2015

MiSPP spirit wear is now available! There are many color options (Not just what you see on the photo) and sizes available from small to 3X. Colors and sizes vary by style. Contact Amanda Ming or Natalya Hansen for info or to purchase, 248.476.1122.



Five New Year’s Resolutions You Shouldn’t Make This Year

December 28, 2014

It’s that time of year when we start thinking about our New Year’s resolutions. In case you missed it last year, we are re-posting Dr. Jill Castro’s blog so you know what kinds of resolutions are likely succeed. It’s that time of year again: a clean slate, a fresh start, tabula rasa. The time of… Read More



Alumni Updates

October 14, 2014

Angela Celeste May (MA 1994) published a book in 2009 based on her thesis research called Freedom: What Is The Experience of Living Without Negative, Self-Imposed Limitations? This October she is conducting a five week series on “Five Steps to Freedom: Tools to Unlock Your Full Potential” at the Southfield Campus of Oakland Community College…. Read More



How Pinterest Can Help Your Practice

September 23, 2014

Pinterest? Help in therapy? Assist my business? And you thought it was just for amassing ideas for craft projects and menu items that you probably won’t ever actually attempt. Nope. Pinterest does have tons of ideas of crafting, hobbies, and homemaking, but it is also much more. I like to think of it as a… Read More



Congrats 2014 MA Grads!

August 19, 2014

Congratulations 2014 MA graduates! Meagan C. Ahlijian Matthew Anthony Bitonti Erin Rebecca Brandt Nicholas David Capaul Brenann E. Couturier Evisa Maksim Cuko Brittany Marie DeFrain Sarah Elizabeth DuVall Elizabeth Rosemary Frederick Judith Ann Gilbert Laura Michelle Gilboe Janis Glotkowski Benita Paulette Jackson Meghan Jo Jansen Kevin Patrick Johnson Lisa Eve Kaffenberger Lynda E. Ketteman Anne… Read More



Congrats 2014 PsyD Grads!

Congratulations to all of our 2014 PsyD graduates! Read about their dissertation research below. Dissertations will be available to students, faculty, and staff in the ProQuest database this fall. Lena Agree The Experience of Being in a Long Term, Monogamous, Heterosexual Relationship That Regularly Incorporates BDSM This study examined the question, What is the experience… Read More



Job Alerts

June 10, 2014

Did you know that MiSPP is often contacted by local mental health agencies with employment opportunities? The word is out! MiSPP alums make fantastic clinicians. Local employers want you! Don’t miss out! Join us on social media so you won’t miss any job postings.   Current Positions Available   Post by Michigan School of Professional… Read More



Alumni Updates

Kari Hughes (MA 2003) started a fair trade company called Buy the Change in 2011. The company sells fairly traded, women-made products with a focus on creating economic opportunity for women in the developing world. Carol VanDyke (PsyD 2007) is the psychologist in residence for Fox 2 and WDIV News stations. Dr. VanDyke provides psychotherapy,… Read More