School Psychology Program (MA/CAGS)
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YEAR 2 - CAGS
- Lydia Vliet firstname.lastname@example.org
Lydia Vliet is a second year School Psychology MA/CAGS student. She received her BS in Cognitive Neuroscience from the University of Denver in 2009. After graduation, she worked for two years as a paraprofessional in an affective needs classroom at an inner city high school in Denver, Colorado. This experience led her to want to work with children in a low-income population in a school setting, and to assist them through counseling.
- Stephanie Gray Stephanie_gray@mspp.edu
Stephanie Gray is a second year student in the MA/CAGS School Psychology program. She graduated with a BA in Psychology from the College of Wooster in 2009. After commencement, she moved back home to Chicago where she co-taught a preschool class, worked in an after school program and volunteered as a case coach for a non-profit organization to provide support to children, volunteer foster families, and biological parents. She chose to attend MSPP because she believes that an integral part of the learning process lies in the holistic approach. Providing services to children, their familial support groups, and the community through a multi-faceted school-based system to provide the foundation for a positive future. These facets are emphasized within the MSPP community.
YEAR 3 - CAGS
- Jenny Duncan email@example.com
- Erika Johnson firstname.lastname@example.org
Erika was born and raised in Massachusetts. She applied to MSPP the fall after graduating from college. Within the school psychology community Erika has been involved in multiple organizations, including the Massachusetts School Psychologists Association (MSPA) and the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP). Erika will be presenting her first-year research project at this year’s NASP Convention in Philadelphia. The project is titled Teacher Perceptions of the Effectiveness of Structured Recess Programming in an Urban Charter School. Erika has also had work featured on the MSPA website and their newsletter. She enjoys cooking, baking, snowboarding, and maintaining her personal blog about her kitchen adventures and life as a school psychologist.
- Eden Gudonis email@example.com
Eden Gudonis is a third year MA/CAGS School Psychology student. After working in residential psychiatric hospitals, she became interested in school psychology as a way to do more preventative work, and to hopefully reach kids before they need hospitalization. Eden loves counseling and evaluating kids, getting to know them on a deeper level, and helping them transition through school. Outside of school, she enjoys many outdoor activities, including painting, traveling, and playing with her two dachshund puppies!
Meet Our Student Blogger
I am a 28-year-old-School-Psychology-CAGS/PsyD-student. Whew, what a mouthful. Journey and Styx rock my world, and some hardcore volleyball makes it go round n' round. I have spent the past six years working at a school/residential facility for children with emotional and behavioral disorders, and when I tried to quit in order to begin grad school, it just didn't take- I continue to pick up shifts every week so I can see my kids. I am a new homeowner about 40 minutes outside of Boston (another favorite band) with my husband and my 3 year old (rescued) mutt, Maisy. I am going to do my best to invite you inside my thoughts as I continue my grad school career as a simultaneously juggle my full time internship, CAGS classes and begin my journey into the PsyD- enter at your own risk!
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