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Reflections from President Blau: A Message From Nature

May 26, 2016

Our monthly blog feature from MiSPP President, Dr. Diane Blau, discussing what’s on her mind and in her heart regarding MiSPP and the field of professional psychology.  In the past weeks I have noticed significant change in the trees around MiSPP. Lush green leaves reside where once there was a profusion of blossoms. It seems… Read More



Life After MiSPP: Leslie Salmen

May 24, 2016

MiSPP strives to connect with alumni to find out more about the work that fulfills their passion for clinical psychology.  “Life After MiSPP” is our new column that highlights the career journey of our grads. Name: Leslie Ann Salmen, TLLP, working toward CAADC (MA Class of 2014) Job Titles: Therapist-II (Access Manager) (Macomb County Community… Read More



Life After MiSPP: Elisabeth Smith

May 17, 2016

MiSPP strives to connect with alumni to find out more about the work that fulfills their passion for clinical psychology.  We are starting a new feature column that will highlight grads to get all the details. Name: Elisabeth J. Smith, MA, TLLP, CTP (MA Class of 2015) Job Titles: Outpatient Mental Health Therapist and School… Read More



Student Profile: Megan Meade-Higgins

Megan Meade-Higgins, PsyS, LMSW, MSW, a fourth year doctoral student at MiSPP, was recently selected to complete a two year post-doc fellowship through the Consortium for Advanced Psychology Training. Megan currently works as a practicing psychotherapist at Eastwood Clinics in St. Clair Shores, Michigan, serving a diverse population with a variety of mental health issues. … Read More



Faculty Booksigning: Franklin Sollars

May 11, 2016

Franklin Sollars, PhD, is part of the MiSPP Adjunct Faculty and the author of “Love Outraged and the Liberation of the Core Self,”a guidebook for a unique depth psychological approach to spiritual and emotional growth. MiSPP is pleased to host a book signing event on Saturday, May 21, from 2:00 to 5:00 PM on campus… Read More



De-stigmatizing Mental Illness: When cause becomes important

May 9, 2016

An article in Psychology Today[i] raised a dilemma that I have been thinking about for many years. The article asserts that all mental illness is a product of physical brain dysfunction.  For those disorders for which we cannot currently find said dysfunction (they list: “depression, bipolar, schizophrenia”), it is only a matter of time and… Read More



Staff Spotlight: Jeff Cross

May 5, 2016

Jeff Cross consulted for the Center for Humanistic Studies, now the Michigan School of Professional Psychology, in the capacity of systems support and technology for ten years before he was hired as the Information Systems Coordinator at MiSPP in 2006.  He assumed the role of Director of Information Technology & Building Services in 2012. He… Read More



Reflection on the 2nd Annual Psychology Research Symposium

MiSPP Psi Chi hosted the 2nd Annual Psychology Research Symposium on Friday, April 29 at MiSPP.  A clinical training for working with the LGBTQ population, taught by Rachel Crandall, LMSW, was held just before the conference.  Dr. Ellen Fedon-Keyt, PhD, delivered the key-note address, followed by two poster sessions and the presentation of awards ceremony… Read More



Reflections from President Blau: A Promising Future

May 2, 2016

Our monthly blog feature from MiSPP President, Dr. Diane Blau, discussing what’s on her mind and in her heart regarding MiSPP and the field of professional psychology.   Recently I attended a middle school concert. I saw gleaming eyes and radiant smiles on young people eager to share their melodious voices with a welcoming audience… Read More



Faculty Spotlight – Dr. Kevin Keenan

April 20, 2016

Kevin Keenan, PhD is core faculty at MiSPP, teaching classes in the doctoral program. Where did you grow up? Buffalo, NY What or who influenced you to study psychology? My Psych 101 professor. I had been an engineering student, but I didn’t feel it was things I was trying to understand, it was people. This professor… Read More