The Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology, known as MSPP, is a graduate college of psychology founded in 1974 in the Boston, Massachusetts neighborhood of West Roxbury. The school relocated to the neighboring town of Newton in 2011. With nearly 600 students, MSPP offers eleven graduate academic degree programs and one academic graduate certificate across four departments: Clinical Psychology, Counseling Psychology, Organizational and Leadership Psychology, and School Psychology. MSPP has three centers: the Brenner Center for Psychological Assessment and Testing, Freedman Center for Child and Family Development and the Lucero Center for Latino Mental Health Program.
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