(Chicago, October 2015 Amy Bullock Morse, a student in the Doctor of Clinical Psychology program at the American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University | Washington, DC, was featured in the Society of Pediatric Psychology(SPP) (APA Division 54)’s Network of Campus Representatives newsletter, as a NCR Rep Spotlight. Since 2014, Amy has served as SPP campus representative. She provides education on SPP and arranged a speaker series for masters and doctoral students focused on pediatric and health psychology.
Amy was quoted in the article: "I enjoy sharing my research interests with masters and doctoral students and discussing potential career paths in pediatric psychology. I was a child life specialist before deciding to go back to graduate school and have deep respect for children and families coping with chronic illness and other health disparities.”
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