Learn more about resources for MAP alumni.

MAP alumni work in private practice, clinics, hospitals, and mental health programs throughout the United States. Our alumni are actively engaged with our students at networking events, conferences, and workshops and through the MAP Mentorship Program.

Resources for Alumni

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Faculty and staff from the MAP program are actively working to update our alumni contact database. If you are an alum of the program and would like to stay in contact to receive job announcements, event invitations, and important program news via email, please email Diane Tomhave, Program Coordinator, MA Psychology.

Mentorship Programs

The MAP Bridge Groups provide small group support while transition from graduate school to professional life. Meetings are held quarterly to reflect on, discuss, and resource share around the natural phases of transition. Each group is facilitated by a licensed graduate of the MAP program.

For information, contact Diane Tomhave.

MAP alumni can support young professionals in their education and careers by becoming a mentor. You will be paired with a current MAP student for conversation, support, and advice on navigating graduate school or with a recent graduate joining the profession. Students and new alumni have consistently expressed interest in hearing from program alumni about their experiences as graduate students and applying their MAP education after graduation, be it as a therapist or in some other role. The mentor relationship is confidential.

We want to express our deep gratitude to our dedicated MAP alumni, whose generous support has made this program possible. We truly value the insights and assistance our alumni provide to students and graduates. Thank you!

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