2013-2014 Student Representative Committee

Welcome to the Mental Health Counseling and Behavioral Medicine Program at the Boston University School of Medicine. As Student Representative Committee members, we are an integral part of the program. The Mental Health Counseling and Behavioral Medicine Program relies heavily on student feedback and, as such, the student representatives act as a voice for the student body and a liaison between faculty and students.

Our student-mentoring program links current students with incoming students, in an effort to answer any questions incoming students may have and help ease the transition into graduate school

We are a self-selected group of first- and second-year students who work together on a wide variety of projects, including social events, our program newsletter, a mentoring program, and program seminars. Social events we have planned include Halloween bowling, a holiday potluck, and cultural movie nights, giving a chance for first and second year students, as well as faculty, to get to know one another better outside of the classroom setting. The quarterly newsletter is a compilation of updates from students, past and present, as well as faculty members, helping to keep everyone informed of one another’s professional and personal news.

If you would like information about the Mental Health Counseling and Behavioral Medicine Program from a student perspective, please email us! Our email address: mhbmreps@bu.edu

The Mental Health Counseling and Behavioral Medicine Program has recently developed a seminar series, made up of discussions and presentations with topics ranging from developing a private practice, to personal and professional balance, to play therapy. We as the student reps contribute to this seminar series by identifying topics and needs we and our fellow students find interesting.

Currently in its second year, our student mentoring program links current students with incoming students, in an effort to answer any questions incoming students may have and help ease the transition into graduate school.

If you’d like information about the Mental Health Counseling and Behavioral Medicine Program from a student perspective, please email us! Our email address: mhbmreps@bu.edu

Newsletter #8 (Spring 2013)

2013 MHCBM Newsletter-1

Newsletter #7 (Spring 2012)

2012 MHCBM Newsletter-1

Newsletter #6 (Spring 2011)

2011 MHCBM Newsletter-1

Newsletter #5 (Spring 2010)

2010 Newsletter

Newsletter #4 (Spring 2009)

2009 Newsletter

Newsletter #3 (Fall 2008)

Fall 2008 Newsletter

Newsletter #2 (Spring 2008)

Spring 2008 Newsletter

Newsletter #1 (Fall 2007)

2007 Newsletter