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Courtney Parker Interview

Courtney Parker Interview

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Courtney Parker (MA PSY '12) of Philadelphia, describes why she chose Goddard's MA in Psychology and Counseling program.

Courtney already had a degree in music therapy and was a parent, but needed to get licensed in her state. However, she realized that she didn't want to go back to a traditional classroom setting, which is where Goddard came into play.

In this video, she talks about how Goddard was the perfect fit for her: she could fill in the gaps in her study and establish a well-rounded foundation in psychology while still living her life separate from academics.

She loves how Goddard meets people where they are, and realizes that the students lead complex lives outside of Goddard as parents and professionals.

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