Campus News Archive
The MiSPP Alumni Association sponsors a monthly Case Conferencing evening for practicing professionals. We provide an opportunity for clinicians to seek ideas, insights, and perspectives on difficult, complex, or otherwise challenging cases with a cadre of experienced colleagues. The case conference format is an informal round table discussion, moderated by Dr. Don McMillan. You do… Read More
MiSPP is committed to contributing annually to assist in student scholarships and aid. Scholarship and financial assistance funding is supported by gifts from alumni, family, and friends. Generally, funds are disbursed in the form of tuition credit. Scholarships for continuing students are awarded in November. This academic year Derrick Sebree, second year PsyD student, was… Read More
As clinicians, we quite often expend all our energy on developing clinical skills and fashioning an empathetic and compassionate relationship with our clients, while paying very little attention to developing the knowledge and skills required for a financially successful practice. On January 24, 2014 twenty-six MiSPP alumni and students gathered for an evening of networking… Read More
Welcome to the Michigan School of Professional Psychology! Administration, faculty, service and support staff has been laying the groundwork for your arrival. We want to assure all of you that your education is our number one priority. I hope engagement this year stimulates your curiosity and enhances your process of exploration and discovery. After all,… Read More
Looking for an EPPP study group to join? The MiSPP Peer Study Group is open to students, alumni, and professionals. The study schedule will prepare you take the exam in December or January. All 2009 PsyD grads must pass exam before July 31, 2014 Sept. 6 – Dec 6, 2013 3-5 pm at MiSPP Contact Dr. Browner for more info.
The MiSPP Alumni Association will sponsor a monthly Case Conferencing evening for practicing professionals. This will be an opportunity for clinicians to seek ideas, insights, and perspectives on difficult, complex, or otherwise challenging cases with a cadre of experienced colleagues. The format of the case conference will be an informal round table discussion, moderated by… Read More
An inescapable virus of the mental illness pandemic, practitioners often find themselves working at the intersection of law and psychology either in social service or private practice settings, or when addressing reform initiatives. Forensic work occurs either by directly working with clients in specialized settings, or those friends, family, co-workers, or any persons who are… Read More