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Michigan School of Professional Psychology, MI

The Michigan School of Professional Psychology is an independent graduate school located in southeastern Michigan. By virtue of its small campus and focused approach to the study of psychology, student living at MiSPP has gained a reputation as an institution where students receive a personalized education. According to the school’s mission statement, “The Michigan School of Professional Psychology offers an educational climate that values personal choice, self-determination, and free-will, important components of human potential addressed by the humanistic model of psychotherapy.” This educational climate is centered in Farmington Hills, Michigan, where students may find many student housing options to fit their lifestyle. In addition to offering several attractive neighborhoods for off campus housing, the city is home to a nice blend of community arts programs and natural beauty.

Students at MiSPP may enroll in a full- or part-time Master of Arts program in clinical psychology, or a four-year Doctor of Clinical Psychology program. In 2011, the school enrolled 71 master’s candidates and 78 PsyD students. Student living at The Michigan School of Professional Psychology maintains a legacy of humanistic theory and practice in its approach to the field. The school has become highly reputed for its academics, and all faculty members hold doctoral degrees. In addition to student housing, MiSPP provides on campus amenities like the Moustakas Johson Library, Wilkinson Research Center and the peaceful Diane Sklar Blau Sculpture Garden.

Off campus housing is equally attractive to many of the postgraduates at MiSPP. In 2010, Farmington Hills, Michigan, ranked among the 30 safest cities in the U.S., says CNN.com. Flanked by a residential community, the MiSPP campus and its surrounding college apartments bring students close to attractions like the Farmington Hills Library, Farmington Players Theater and Orchard Lake Plaza. The city of about 80,000 residents provides a wide array of student living options to support a variety of lifestyles.

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