The Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (MSPP) is accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA). The Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology, MA, provides clinical experience, quality supervision and orientation with the socio cultural context to make the learning experience complete. The model of education that has been built up at MSPP aims to style the students in a way so the turn into self aware, sensitive and matured individuals. The student community at the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology is varied which include social workers, counselors, teachers and nursing professionals who wish get educated and trained in psychology. Classroom interactions, lectures, fieldwork and active participation in the institute and providing financial support to eligible students constitute the atmosphere at MSPP. To support the students in exploring career options the institute provides employment assistance to the students.
The courses at the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (MSPP) provide an integrated curriculum that covers various areas of the field of psychology. A brief highlight of the courses offered at MSSP includes:
Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) with concentrations in:
Child, Adolescent & Family
Latino Mental Health
Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in School Psychology
School Psychology, Master of Arts & Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study (MA/CAGS)
Counseling Psychology, Master of Arts (MA)
Forensic Psychology, Master of Arts
Continuing Professional Education
Re-specialization in Clinical Psychology
Organizational Psychology, Master of Arts (MA)
Clinical Psychopharmacology, Master of Science (MS)
Executive Coaching, Graduate Certificate
The potential, creativity, sensitivity and responsibility are the some the areas that are considered when a prospective student is considered for admission at the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (MSPP). Students can also make online applications at MSPP. Academic and professional performance, recommendations are also the parameters that play a significant role in seeking admission at the institute.
The Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology does not offer on campus housing to the students but provides assistance in looking for housing options. MSPP offers contact of student apartments, hotels and local homes to help the students' visitors find suitable accommodation. Since downtown Boston region is high priced in terms of accommodation, housing options in Allston, Jamaica, Brighton, Dedham, Roslindale Somerville are some of the areas where students of MSPP live.
Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
221 Rivermoor Street
Boston, MA 02132