Located just outside downtown Boston, the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (MSPP) was initially established in 1974. The graduate school features three community health centers including the Brenner Center for Psychological Assessment and Testing, the Freedman Center for Child and Family Development and the Lucero Center for Latino Mental Health Program - the Lucero program being the only one of its kind in North America.
MSPP's mission states that it is "a preeminent school of psychology that integrates rigorous academic instruction with extensive field education an close attention to professional development. [The school] assume[s] an ongoing social responsibility to create programs to educate specialists of many disciplines to meet the evolving mental health needs of society."
Those living in student housing or an off campus apartment at MSPP have access to the school's distinguished academic programs, fields of study and clinical training. Students may pursue graduate level degrees through the institution's departments including Organizational Leadership Psychology, Counseling Psychology, Clinical Psychology and School Psychology.
Student living and university living at MSPP allow students access to unique field training, mental health research and patient care in order to aid in their development as a professional psychologist. The school's location also provides students with the opportunity to visit Boston's various landmarks like Fenway Park, the TG Garden, the Boston Common and Faneuil Hall.
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