MA Student Ambassadors

MiSPP Student Ambassadors serve as representatives of the student body. Ambassadors work with faculty, staff, and students to promote MiSPP and its programs. If you would like to contact one of the representatives below regarding their personal experience(s) at MiSPP, please feel free to email them.

Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology Program


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Chris Corbin

From Dearborn, MI with a BS in Social Psychology from Park University

  • Experience in a military mental health setting and suicide prevention
  • Previous research concerning behavioral assessment and alcohol related incident reduction
  • Volunteer work for Game on Cancer and the American Red Cross
  • Current practicum at Henry Ford Hospital – Psycho-Oncology – Detroit
  • I came to MiSPP because it was the only school to offer the out of the box learning style I was looking for. Additionally, I feel MiSPP is the only school who can provide real-time knowledge and proven clinical experiences, which will not only help me develop and grow personally and professionally, but will help me become a better clinician.
Cronk Ashley, MA


Ashley Cronk

From Sterling Heights, MI with a BA in Psychology from Oakland University

  • Current practicum site is at Common Ground Resource and Crisis Center in Pontiac
  • Experience in working with children of all ages in several different environments
  • Also experience in working one on one with an individual with cerebral palsy on a volunteer basis
  • I chose MiSPP because their self-directed teaching methods, the emphasis the school puts on experiential learning, and their humanistic-based approach towards clinical psychology. These are things that I found important in successfully furthering my education.
Milosevski Tiffany, MA


Tiffany Milosevski

From Livonia, MI with a BS in Psychology from Madonna University

  • Current practicum at Common Ground in Pontiac
  • Experience in working with developmentally delayed children in a therapeutic classroom
  • Experience in conducting research concerning spirituality and stress among college students
  • I came to MiSPP because I believe that knowing your whole self is a key factor in humanistic psychology. When you know who you are, it’s easier to identify with the therapy.


Ashley Craft, MA


Ashley N. Craft

From Detroit, MI, with a BA in Psychology from Michigan State University

  • Currently works as Lead Behavioral Therapist at A&C Behavioral Solutions
  • Experience as a Recovery Technician/Patient Care attendant at Oakdale Recovery Center and Oakdale House (Co-occurring Substance Use Disorder and Mental Illness population)
  • Experience in youth advocacy for Juvenile Offenders
  • In the future, I plan to earn a PsyD, gain experience with multiple populations and catapult my combined experiences into social policy and activism for the betterment of underrepresented, under-served, and marginalized populations
LaGarde Leonard, MA
Leonard LaGarde III

From Lansing, MI with a BS in Exercise Science from Grand Valley State University

  • Current practicum site is at Eaton County Community Mental Health in Charlotte, MI
  • Volunteer work with Gilda’s Club of Grand Rapids teaching holistic health, wellness and exercise
  • Passionate about eath based spirituality
  • I would like to work for the VA after I get out of school, I would like to open my own private practice that would integrate different therapeutic disciplines to help others heal.
McKissic Angel, MA
Angel McKissic

From Detroit, MI with a B.S. in psychology from Baker College

  • Experience in using applied behavior analysis with children and adults diagnosed with autism in educational and clinical settings
  • Previous research on best practices for establishing effective and accessible autism treatment clinics in underserved, urban communities
  • Volunteer work with the American Red Cross and Meals on Wheels
  • I was drawn to MiSPP because of the student and faculty dynamic, as well as the school’s emphasis on understanding people as whole human beings, rather than a “bag of symptoms.” My experience thus far at MiSPP has met all of my expectations for what an engaging and supportive graduate school experience should be.

MA Alum

Andrea Brent, MA


Andrea Brent, MA, TLLP

From Madison Heights, MI with an MA in Clinical Psychology from MiSPP. Areas of experience include:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (with a humanistic emphasis) with individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Psychoeducational groups such as: Coping Skills for Anxiety & Depression, Self-Care, and Stress Management
  • Neuropsychological & Intellectual Assessment
  • I came to MiSPP because I was interested in the humanistic approach to psychology. The school does a great job of supporting you and creates an atmosphere of welcome and acceptance. You walk out of class thinking “I can do this!”