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Maha See, Psychology Student Receives Award from APA Division 52

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Published on: 08/15/2013
Last Updated: 05/26/2023
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Maha See and Sheila Henderson

Congratulations to Maha See, our CSPP San Francisco PsyD student going into his 4th year (internship), transferring from our Clinical PhD program, received the 2013 APA Div 52 First Place Student Poster award for his dissertation research.

Harriet Curtis-Boles and Sheila Henderson co-chaired his dissertation, and Eddie Yu-Wai Chiu was on his dissertation committee. Thank you Harriet and Eddie for your support of Maha See's work.

His poster (and dissertation topic) was: Positive and Protective Factors in the Psychological Well-Being of Refugees from Burma during Post-Migration.

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