Genvieve Livingston, who is working toward a Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology at the Georgia School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Atlanta was chosen to write a column in The National Psychologist newspaper.
Livingston was selected after learning of the opportunity from her clinical psychology professor, Lori R. Muskat. The newspaper’s managing editor contacted the school, asking if there were any students interested in writing for the publication’s Student Voices column. The article needed to be 400 words in length, non-clinical in nature, and not research oriented.
Livingston responded to the request for proposals by submitting a personal story focused on the transition from military to student life. “I once felt displaced without the structure and the bonds of Army life,” Livingston wrote. “I never lost my military past, but rather gained a new sense of community through the process of graduate school.”
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