GSEAP Recognizes Extraordinary Value in International Study Tour and Expands Participation to Area ProfessionalSubmitted by Joan Grant on October 14, 2009
“Being a member of this trip is quite possibly one of the best experiences of my life,” said Fairfield University Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) graduate student Tiffany Harris in her reflection on her March 2009 experience of a London study trip with Dr. Ingeborg Haug, associate professor of Marriage and Family Therapy at Fairfield University’s Graduate School of Education and Allied Professions.
Dr. Haug organized a group of fifteen MFT graduate students and took them to London’s Marlborough Family Institute for a week of study and observation. “The agency is unlike anything we have in the states,” said Maryann LaBella, a 2009 MFT graduate who now works at Mid-Fairfield Child Guidance. Now, Dr. Haug has planned a second trip for January 2010 and she invites area mental health professionals to join her and the graduate students for a week with a school-based focus.
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