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Faculty Profile: Dr. Heidi Martin

March 10, 2017

MiSPP welcomes Dr. Heidi Martin as our new Director of Clinical Training.  Dr. Martin was kind enough to offer some insights into her professional training and background. Give us a snapshot of your professional/academic background: After studying psychology at the University of Michigan, I initially pursued a career in management consulting in the healthcare industry…. Read More

Prepare to Pass: Your To-Do List for the EPPP

Even more than finding a job after graduation, I dreaded taking the EPPP.  Saying the name out loud felt like bad luck.  I put it off, and I put it off, until over a year had passed.  And still there it was.  Where to begin?  The problem was that I had no idea what to… Read More

Disable the Label

March 7, 2017

When someone tells you that you will never be able to achieve what your heart desires, what does your mind tell you? “They’re right.  Who am I?” “Maybe I shouldn’t even try.” My mind has told me those things.  I thought that if someone can see that in me, then I must be too naive… Read More

Student Reflection: My Experience at MiSPP

March 2, 2017

MiSPP strives to stay in touch with the daily experiences of our students.  From time to time throughout the academic year, we ask a current student to offer a reflection on his or her experience to help gain insight into life on campus. My experience so far in the MA program at MiSPP has been… Read More

Reflections from President Blau: Breaking News

February 24, 2017

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.  I have noticed of late that TV news reports constantly begin with “BREAKING NEWS!” flashed across the screen.  Half expecting to hear of a devastating earthquake, tremendous loss… Read More

Student Research: How to get started

February 21, 2017

Timothy Franke, PsyD, was actively involved in research projects while completing his PsyD in clinical psychology at MiSPP.  In this blog, originally published in September 2015, Dr. Franke talks about his experience as a Research Assistant (RA) and offers encouragement and advice on where to begin. One of the most common reasons for entering a… Read More

Life After MiSPP: Career journeys that matter

February 13, 2017

MiSPP is grateful to maintain contact with our diverse group of alums, each of whom leaves campus to pursue a career in clinical psychology in their own unique way.  Our Life After MiSPP column has so far featured six alums who have crafted careers that suit their particular personal strengths and clinical passions.        … Read More

Black LGBTQ/GNC Youth in the Juvenile Justice System

January 31, 2017

Since working as a clinical psychologist at the Third Circuit Court Family Division (Juvenile) Clinic for Child Study the past 12 years, I have noticed a trend: the entry of an increasing number clients who identify as of LGBTQ/GNC (lesbian, gay, biattractional, transgender, questioning, and gender nonconforming). It did not occur to me that this… Read More

Reflections from President Blau: Reaccreditation

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.  Since its inception, MiSPP has received regional accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) for periods of 10 years, the maximum amount granted. The last 10-year reaccreditation was… Read More

Faculty Profile: Dr. Ruth Anan

January 24, 2017

This fall, MiSPP will offer a new Certificate in Applied Behavioral Analysis that will prepare students to become Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA).  Dr. Ruth Anan, PhD, LP, BCBA-D, has created a Behavioral Analyst Certification Board (BACB) approved academic program specifically for MiSPP that will combine the essential skills and training of behavioral analysis with… Read More