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Protect Your Monster (Atlanta, GA)

Protect Your Monster strives to promote HIV/STD prevention and  awareness in  fun and creative way, encouraging personal/sexual responsibility in Atlanta, GA. Protect Your Monster encourages everyone to get tested, and to take protective measures regardless of your status.

The trademark of this soon to be not-for-profit is the one eyed monster and the pink fluffy woo-woo.

I put one of the badges on my suitcase which has now travelled from Atlanta to London and from London to Nebraska and back. Clearly it is attracting attention as the TSA have inspected my suitcase everytime.

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  1. Rachel permalink
    01/07/2011 4:16 pm

    Dear Dr. Ian,

    I’m very interested to ask whether Anglia Ruskin university ( MSC of Clinical Child Psychology) is worth studying. It is not accredited by British Psychological Society and I have received reply from British Psychological society.

    I have to consider clearly as I have to invest in this postgraduate course. Thank you for your swift reply.

    Sincerely, Rachel

    • 03/07/2011 5:55 pm

      Dear Rachel

      I’m a visiting professor in education at Anglia Ruskin, and not in psychology. While I am a psychologist, I cannot give you any advice on the course. It would be important for you to find out if people have gone on to practice clinical psychology having studied the MSc. The material I can see online suggest it is a good step towards a doctorate in clinical psychology. You would need to contact the Head of Department to find out more – rachel.cook@anglia.ac.uk

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