Graduate School Chronicles: Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

Photo of Cortni Alexander, MFT Student Ambassador

A blog post by SOLES MA in Marital and Family Therapy Student Ambassador Cortni Alexander “Impostor syndrome (also known as impostor phenomenon, impostorism, fraud syndrome or the impostor experience) is a psychological pattern in which one doubts one’s accomplishments and has a persistent internalized fear of being Continue reading

Looking to an Even Brighter Future: Why you Should Attend a Professional Conference or Training

Image of a city

A blog post from SOLES MA in Marital and Family Therapy Ambassador Ashlee Delzingaro After reading the title of this post, you might be thinking, “Professional conferences? Trainings? I’m already learning so much! Isn’t that for after I graduate?” Well, Continue reading

Reflections on my Graduate School Journey

A blog post from SOLES MA in School Counseling Ambassador, Jocelyn Monroy-Saavedra When I began looking into graduate school programs dedicated to School Counseling, I found USD. I signed up to learn more information but did not think much about Continue reading

Stepping Out of My Own World

A blog post from SOLES MA in Marital and Family Therapy Ambassador, Madeleine Wiersma. As a second year student beginning my clinical experience at my practicum site, I have been learning a lot this past month. I’ve been learning how Continue reading