Massachusetts Master’s in Psychology Programs and Resources

Below is an affordability ranked list of colleges in Massachusetts that offer postgraduate psychology programs. There are 65 programs offered by 29 educational institutions in Massachusetts. The programs include psychology, applied behavior analysis, industrial/organizational psychology, behavior analysis, counseling psychology, clinical psychology, forensics, clinical counseling, psychological studies, school counseling, educational psychology, developmental psychology, community social psychology, sport and exercise psychology, professional psychology, clinical developmental health, school psychology, developmental and brain sciences, leadership psychology, applied human development; and brain, behavior and cognition. See the resource section at the bottom of the page for helpful Massachusetts psychology information. Bordering states providing psychology graduate programs are Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, Vermont and New Hampshire.

Massachusetts Masters in Psychology

Massachusetts Master’s in Psychology Programs

Westfield State University (BACB) The WSU Department of Psychology offers the Master of Arts in Applied Behavior Analysis to individuals who work in a number of different settings such as schools, including traditional and special education classrooms, business and industry specific employers, healthcare, and other community based environments. The MA in Forensic Mental Health Counseling will prepare students for jobs that address the mental health needs of offender populations.
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Salem State University (BACB) SSU offers a MS in industrial/Organizational psychology which prepares students for careers in human resources, organizational development, change management, and leadership development. SSU also offers a MS in Behavior Analysis which prepares students as basic or applied scientists in research and applied settings.
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Anna Maria College The AMC Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology program provides an integrated, comprehensive approach to training to help influence your career as a mental health professional. Electives include: Marriage and Family Counseling, Outreach Counseling with courses related to homelessness and poverty, Positive Psychology, Psychological Trauma, Substance Use, Addiction, and Recovery, and more.
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Bridgewater State University (MPCAC) The BSU Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology offers specialization in clinical-psychotherapy, and can serve as your gateway into the field of human services or as a stepping-stone into a doctorate program. Students will gain a theoretical and practical understanding of the principles of psychology within the framework of a strong clinical emphasis.
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American International College The AIC Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology offers a unique, integrated curriculum of study in one of the field’s most popular career paths and offers the widest opportunities to mental health professionals. AIC also offers a MA in Counseling Psychology, a MA in General Psychology and a MS in Forensic Psychology.
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Assumption College (MPCAC) The AC MA in Clinical Counseling Psychology program prepares you for a career as a mental health counselor, fully integrating Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) theory and practice in addressing common clinical problems like aggressive behavior in children, ADHD, depression, anxiety and substance abuse. Optional concentrations include: Child and family Interventions and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies.
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Cambridge College The CC Master of Education in Psychological Studies is a non-licensure graduate program that introduces students to a broad range of psychological perspectives with a strong commitment to an evolving multicultural society. Students learn about assessment, resources, cultural and racial dynamics, roles on interdisciplinary teams, ethics and relevant laws.
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Framingham State University The FSU MA in Counseling Psychology (Licensure Track) combines theoretical aspects with practical counseling skills to prepare the student to work effectively as a counselor in the mental health field. Courses are designed to provide a strong foundation in psychology with emphasis on current theories, research, and applications of a variety of counseling approaches. Prepares students for Licensure in the State of Massachusetts.
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Lesley University The LU MA in Counseling Psychology builds the skills and expertise needed to help people free themselves from psychological distress and behavioral patterns. Find new ways to catalyze healing, and gain field experience in leading-edge techniques and practices. LU also offers a MA in Counseling Psychology: School Counseling.
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Simmons University (ABAI,BACB) The SU Master of Science in Behavior Analysis program can be completed part-time, with classes available in the evenings. Classes in this program include Ethics and Legal Issues, Methodologies for Behavior Change, and Advanced Topics in Behavior Analysis.
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Bay Path University (BACB) The BPU MS in Developmental Psychology teaches students to listen with empathy, read an environment with emotional intelligence, establish a connection, and learn to be in the moment. Students are challenged to synthesize advanced theories and constructs and apply this information to practical situations whether in academic, professional, or community settings. BPU also offers a MS in Applied Behavior Analysis.
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Northeastern University The NU Master of Science in Counseling Psychology is committed to the development of competent Licensed Mental Health Counselors (LMHC). The program is unique in that within the general Master of Science program we offer students a choice of specific concentrations: Health Psychology, Forensic Counseling, Early Intervention, Child and Adolescent Psychology, and Cultural, Gender, and Political Psychology.
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Western New England University (ABAI) The WNE Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis was developed in response to the increasing demand for teachers and practitioners trained in best practices for the education and treatment of individuals with autism and related disabilities. Students meet the Behavior Analysis Certification Board (BACB) requirements for taking the exam to become Board Certified Behavior Analysts.
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University of Massachusetts Lowell The UMass Lowell Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis & Autism Studies adopts the scientist-practitioner model to prepare students with the knowledge and skills they need to enter both applied professional and research positions, and be well-prepared for future matriculation into doctoral programs.
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University of Massachusetts Dartmouth (BACB) The UMass Dartmouth Master of Arts in Psychology offers options in Clinical Psychology, Research Psychology, and Applied Behavior Analysis. The MACP trains for licensure as a Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) in the state of Massachusetts. The Research Psychology option is designed to prepare students for doctoral work in psychology and related fields as well as for careers in research requiring a master's’ level education.
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Boston College The BC Fifth Year M.A. program allows selected students to earn both a B.A. or B.S. in Psychology or Neuroscience and an M.A. in Psychology in five years. The program allows students a greater opportunity for concentrated study and research training. Such training is excellent preparation for application to a Ph.D. program.
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Springfield College The SC MS in Industrial/Organizational Psychology blends coursework from numerous fields, including organizational psychology, counseling psychology, and human resource management. Our I/O psychology concentration follows the scientist-practitioner training model and students will learn how to develop solutions for a wide array of human and organizational problems, ranging from employee selection to team building and organizational development.
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Springfield College The SC MA or MS in Sport and Exercise Psychology will gain a theoretical understanding of sport from philosophical, psychological, sociological, and physiological viewpoints. The synergy created in this unique area of study provides graduates with the tools and knowledge needed to help athletes and exercisers maximize their performance.
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William James College (BACB) The WJC MA in Applied Behavior Analysis program meets the growing need for practitioners who are knowledgeable about the principles of behavior and skilled in the development, implementation, and evaluation of behavioral interventions. The WJC MA in Organizational Psychology (MAOP) offers a concentration in Talent Management. The MA in Professional Psychology has concentrations in: African & Caribbean Mental Health, Children & Families of Adversity, Global Mental Health, and Latino Mental Health.
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Regis College (BACB) The RC MS in Applied Behavior Analysis uses active responding role-play, peer presentations, and comprehensive practicums to deepen the learning experience in the field of applied behavior analysis. Regis also offers a MA in Counseling Psychology degree program.
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Harvard University Extension School The Harvard Master's in Psychology develops an enhanced understanding of social science research, human behavior, research designs, scientific outcomes, behavioral science research, quantitative and qualitative methods, and new investigation design. Communicate complex psychological knowledge, both orally and in writing, with awareness of the latest field knowledge.
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Brandeis University The BU Master of Arts in Psychology provides a solid understanding of the scientific foundations of psychology, as well as rigorous training and direct experience in conducting research, from experimental design to data collection and analysis. Graduates have gone on to pursuits such as doctoral programs, research assistants, clinical research coordinators, education administrators, consultants/ advisors and project managers, and more.
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Tufts University The TU MA in Child Study and Human Development focuses on the health and well-being of children and adolescents in a variety of settings including schools, families, clinics, hospitals, and early intervention centers. The program provides training in understanding clinical issues of health and well-being from a developmental and systems-based perspective.
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Massachusetts Doctorate in Psychology Programs

Worcester State University (NASP) The WSU Education Specialist (EdS) in School Psychology provides you with the knowledge and practical experience to become a thoughtful and responsive professional who is prepared for an in-demand career in school psychology. Grounded in an ecological framework focused on prevention, assessment, and intervention, our program imparts in you the values of social and educational equality, sensitivity, and empathy.
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Northeastern University The NU MS/CAGS in Applied Behavior Analysis with Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study is designed to develop teaching and intervention skills based on the principles of applied behavior analysis. Hundreds of our graduates have gone on to become Board Certified Behavior Analysts, working to improve the lives of clients and consumers all over the world.
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Northeastern University (APA) The NU PhD in Counseling Psychology trains multiculturally competent counseling psychologists who are: (1) clinically adept in multiple settings with a variety of psychological and health-related issues; (2) able to conceptualize, conduct, and evaluate research across biological, cultural, and relational systems in numerous social contexts, such as families, schools, neighborhoods, and communities.
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Northeastern University (NASP) The NU MS/CAGS in School Psychology with Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study develops highly competent school psychologists. The distinctive features of our program include: Urban and culturally diverse field placements and applied research projects, Early childhood emphasis, Highly collaborative and student-centered faculty, and Strong and supportive student cohort groups.
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Northeastern University (APA,NASP) The NU PhD in School Psychology is designed to prepare the next generation of leaders in school psychology. The ecological perspective and scientist-practitioner training model provide the foundation for the program’s educational goals. Students learn how to conduct research, to use research to inform practice, and to contribute to the scientific foundation of professional practice.
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Northeastern University The NU PhD in Psychology offers four main specializations, behavioral neuroscience, cognition, perception, and personality/social, with cross-cutting themes in affective science, lifespan development, and health. The main objective of the program is to train a select group of students to become experts in the multidisciplinary field of psychological science.
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University of Massachusetts Lowell The Umass Lowell PhD in Applied Psychology and Prevention Science is designed to train students and current practitioners who seek advanced education in the application of psychological theories and methods to address real-world problems, as well as to promote optimal quality of life outcomes. Three areas of study include: Applied Cognitive Psychology, Community and Applied Social Psychology and Applied Developmental Psychology.
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Boston College The BC PhD in Applied Developmental and Educational Psychology prepares graduate students to serve diverse populations in a variety of professional roles. Areas of program expertise within the study of child development and child functioning include cognitive and socioemotional development from the preschool years through adolescence. We also have expertise on adult functioning in community settings.
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Boston College (APA) The BC PhD in Counseling Psychology program is steadfastly committed to providing outstanding training in the scientist-practitioner model. Our degree candidates have access to a breadth of top-notch practice opportunities in diverse mental health settings, including universities, schools, hospitals, and outpatient community mental health facilities.
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University of Massachusetts Amherst (NASP) The UMass Amherst EdS in School Psychology is designed to prepare highly qualified school psychologists to practice in public schools or related educational settings. Courses are organized within seven basic domains: (a) Psychological & Educational Foundations, (b) Psychometrics, Assessment, & Research, (c) Methods of School-Based Intervention, (d) Professional School Psychology, (e) Applications of Research Skills, (f) Practicum Experiences, and (g) Internship Experiences.
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University of Massachusetts Amherst (NASP) The UMass Amherst PhD in School Psychology are prepared for practice as school psychologists or for further post-doctoral training that will enable professional licensure in health-service psychology. Our program’s aims are grounded in our theoretical approach and are illuminated in our course and practicum sequence that is sequential, cumulative, and graded in complexity.
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University of Massachusetts Amherst (APA,APCS) The UMass Amherst PhD in Clinical Psychology espouses the clinical science model of training. Faculty and students engage in basic and applied studies of psychopathology, development, emotion, cognition, psychotherapy, neuropsychology, and family systems. A Concentration in Child, Adolescent, and Family (CAF) is also offered.
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Springfield College (APA) The SC PsyD in Counseling Psychology follows the practitioner-scholar model, with an emphasis on clinical training and the application of research to practice. The program, which can be completed in approximately four years to six years of full-time academic study, will provide you with a solid foundation in theory, research, and practice.
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Springfield College The SC PhD in Sport and Exercise Psychology encompasses the scientific, sociological, psychological, and research bases of sport necessary to work with athletes in a performance enhancement context. Upon successful completion of the program, you will be prepared for certification as a Certified Mental Performance Consultant (CMPC) and you will be prepared to teach sport and exercise psychology and related disciplines at all educational levels.
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Clark University (APA) The Clark U PhD in Psychology offers various sub-specialties including Clinical Psychology, Developmental Psychology, and Social Psychology but the department finds way to integrate them. Our faculty and graduates have always demonstrated the capacity to understand broad issues and to avoid pitfalls of temporary technical fads in psychology. It is often the case that prospective employers turn to us to find young scholars who can think beyond their specialty areas.
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University of Massachusetts Boston (APA) The UMass Boston PhD in Clinical Psychology is based on a scientist-practitioner-activist model. The program prepares clinical psychologists who have an excellent foundation in psychological science and can translate their basic knowledge into practical applications to meet the mental health needs of children, adolescents, and adults from diverse sociocultural groups.
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University of Massachusetts Boston (APA) The UMass Boston PhD in Counseling Psychology prepares doctoral-level professional counseling psychologists for careers as scholars, university faculty, and practitioners. The Counseling Psychology Program emphases lifespan development, including issues related to identity, health, and careers and offers many excellent clinical training opportunities in the Boston metro area.
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University of Massachusetts Boston The UMass Boston PhD in Developmental and Brain Sciences (DBS) is a research-intensive program focused on understanding cognition, perception, and behavior when underlying neural and hormonal mechanisms are developing. Students may follow a cognitive specialization investigating functional changes in perceptual and cognitive abilities or a behavioral specialization investigating neural and hormonal correlates of behavior.
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University of Massachusetts Boston (NASP,DESE) The UMass Boston MEd/EdS in School Psychology is designed to prepare professionals whose primary interests involve children, families, and the educational process. Training goals are founded on a respect for the dignity and worth of all people, with a commitment to appreciating and responding to human diversity. Those who hold a master's degree in a closely related area should apply to the program at the EdS level. All others should apply to the program at the MEd level.
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University of Massachusetts Boston (APA,NASP) The UMass Boston PhD in School Psychology prepares doctoral-level professional school psychologists for careers as scholars, university faculty, and practitioners. Our program utilizes a scientist-practitioner model that emphasizes practice to support students, school staff, families and community members that is grounded in rigorous research and science.
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Suffolk University The SU PhD in Applied Developmental Psychology is dedicated to understanding and promoting the wellbeing and development of individuals from socially marginalized or underserved communities. This program encourages recent undergraduates and professionals in psychology, sociology, education, or other fields related to youth development who’d like to build more research-oriented careers to apply.
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Suffolk University (APA) The SU PhD in Clinical Psychology involves systematic and cumulative training in both psychological research and practice in order to prepare students for careers in practice, research, or academic settings. Students expand their expertise into a variety of areas, such as emotion, body image, bullying, anxiety disorders, and mindfulness. Graduates are prepared to be competent clinical psychologists who function with ethical and cultural awareness in academic, research, clinical, or community settings.
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William James College (APA) The WJC PsyD in Clinical Psychology prepares practicing clinicians through coordinated ongoing academic and applied experience. The curriculum is designed to provide broad and rigorous training in clinical knowledge and skills. Concentrations include: Children & Families of Adversity & Resilience (CFAR), Clinical Health Psychology, Forensic Psychology, Geropsychology, and Neuropsychology.
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William James College The WJC PsyD in Leadership Psychology is geared toward working professionals looking to build and/or enhance careers in organizational development, leadership training, human resources, executive coaching, non-profit management, or management consulting, among other areas. Our program is for current and aspiring managers, consultants, and other individuals, with an average of 10 years of work experience, who want to exercise leadership, create lasting and positive change, and motivate employees.
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William James College (NASP) The WJC MA/CAGS in School Psychology prepares graduates to become highly skilled, confident, and culturally responsive leaders in the field. The program offers a competency-based curriculum paired with structured, closely supervised field experiences that provides graduates with the strongest foundation for their careers. Our students receive unparalleled support and attention from experienced faculty mentors.
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William James College (APA,NASP) The WJC PsyD in School Psychology prepares practitioners to assume leadership roles in the field, with an emphasis on the delivery of mental health services in schools as well as development of advanced level practice skills. The program prepares professional school psychologists via a practitioner-scholar training model, as rigorous academic studies are integrated with closely supervised clinical practice.
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Harvard University (APA,PCSAS,APCS) The Harvard PhD in Psychology has two tracks. The first is the Common Curriculum track, which embraces Social Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Cognitive Neuroscience, Behavioral Neuroscience, and Perception. The second track is Clinical Science. Research themes include: Evolutionary Psychology, Health Psychology, Animal Learning and Cognition, Consciousness, Emotional Disorders, Psychophysiology, Visual Cognition, and many more.
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Brandeis University The BU PhD in Psychology aims to foster truly interdisciplinary research and training that helps students develop an area of research specialization while providing opportunities to bring various theoretical and methodological perspectives to work in their chosen area of training. The program emphasizes both intense research and breadth and depth of knowledge and has a favorable faculty-to-student ratio.
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Tufts University (NASP) The TU Master of Arts/Educational Specialist (MA/EdS) degree in School Psychology program is geared toward research informed, school based practice. Our program emphasizes an expanded, problem solving role for school psychologists built upon an eco-systemic and developmental perspective necessary to address the complex nature of contemporary school related problems.
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Boston University The BU PhD in Brain, Behavior, & Cognition (BBC) uses a diverse set of experimental and theoretical approaches to address this core question in psychology. BBC labs use a host of research techniques, including functional neuroimaging, psychophysics, electrophysiology, psychopharmacology, brain stimulation, computational modeling, and behavioral and neuropsychological testing.
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Boston University (APA,PCSAS,APCS) The BU PhD in Clinical Psychology is committed to the pursuit of a science-based approach to psychology. The program places clinical science at the foundation of training goals and objectives. As such, graduates of the program are expected to be competent in psychological research and to be knowledgeable about the scientific bases of clinical psychology applications, such as assessment and intervention.
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Boston University The BU PhD in Developmental Science (DS) within the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences is one of the fastest-growing and innovative training programs in the country. The program provides students advanced training in developmental psychology, with an emphasis on early childhood. The program features one of only three Autism Centers of Excellence in the country.
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Boston University (APA) The BU PhD in Counseling Psychology and Applied Human Development (CPAHD) focuses on the use of evidence-based practices to promote optimal development for children, youth, and young adults in diverse settings. Students identify which specialization, Counseling Psychology or Applied Human Development, to follow. Within each specialization area, students choose to follow one of two tracks: Child and Adolescent Development/Mental Health or Sport/Performance Psychology.
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Massachusetts Psychology Licensing and Resources

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Massachusetts Board of Registration of Psychologists Licenses qualified individuals to practice psychology.
Center for Women’s Mental Health at Massachusetts General Hospital Provides state-of-the-art evaluation and treatment of psychiatric disorders associated with female reproductive function including premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), pregnancy-associated mood disturbance, postpartum psychiatric illness, and peri- and post- menopausal depression.
Massachusetts Psychologists Licensing Find information on applying for, renewing, checking, and learning about a license in psychology in Massachusetts.
Massachusetts School Psychologists Association The MSPA is dedicated to promote appropriate mental health and educational services to meet the many and varied needs of children, families and their communities. In order to achieve this aim, the MSPA advocates for children’s needs, informs the public of the value of school psychological services, provides continued professional development and conducts research.
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National Alliance on Mental Illness Massachusetts NAMI Massachusetts, a nonprofit grassroots organization founded in 1982, mission is to improve the quality of life for people diagnosed with mental health conditions and their families. We seek to improve the public’s awareness and understanding of mental health conditions and ensure that all people impacted by a mental health condition receive the support they need in a timely fashion. We are the state’s voice on mental illness.
Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Psychiatry Works to improve the mental health of patients worldwide through innovative teaching methods, technology, educational research, and institution level consultation. Since our founding in 2005, the Psychiatry Academy has educated thousands of clinicians through comprehensive, interactive, and innovative educational programs.
Massachusetts Child Psychiatry Access Program MCPAP is a system of regional children's behavioral health consultation teams designed to help primary care providers and their practices to promote and manage the behavioral health of their pediatric patients as a fundamental component of overall health and wellness. Each team is staffed with two full-time child and adolescent psychiatrists, independently licensed behavioral health clinicians, resource and referral specialists, and program coordinators.
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Massachusetts Psychological Association The mission of the MPA is to advance psychology as a science, as a profession, and as a means of promoting human welfare. MPA enables psychologists to speak with one voice to industry, academia & government on crucial issues: licensure, managed care, mental health policy, training and more. MPA continually strives to improve the professional life of psychologists and to increase membership benefits.
Massachusetts Child Psychiatry Access Program for Moms MCPAP for Moms provides real-time, perinatal psychiatric consultation and resource and referral for obstetric, pediatric, primary care and psychiatric providers to effectively prevent, identify, and manage their pregnant and postpartum patients' mental health and substance use concerns.
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Massachusetts Psychiatric Society The MPS represents the majority of Psychiatrists in Massachusetts. MPS members are Physicians who are committed to providing outstanding medical/psychiatric care through accurate diagnosis and comprehensive treatment of mental health and emotional illnesses.
Boston Psychoanalytic Society & Institute BPSI is the largest APsaA and IPA-affiliated institute in the country, a vibrant educational and professional community of psychoanalysts, psychoanalytic therapists, interdisciplinary scholars, and others who are curious about the field of psychoanalysis. BPSI welcomes anyone interested in the study and practice of psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy, and the ongoing applications of psychoanalysis in the community, medicine, and the arts.
Massachusetts Association for Applied Behavioral Analysis MassABA is a trade organization that represents the interests of behavior analysts in the state of Massachusetts. Membership shall be for one of three levels: The professional level includes BCBA, BCBA-D, BCaBA, Licensed Behavior Analyst, or processional/ licensed in a field for which ABA is within scope of practice. The affiliate level is for parentss or family members interested in ABA. The student level is for undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in an ABA program, or a program of a related field.
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Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis MIP is an educational organization comprised of teaching faculty, students training in comparative psychoanalysis as well as graduates, other clinicians and academics. It is a membership organization and professional home for those in its several programs. The MIP Postgraduate Fellowship Program is designed for mental health providers and scholars who are interested in psychoanalytic psychotherapy and theory.
PINE Psychoanalytic Center A community of clinicians and scholars who share a passion for psychoanalytic theory and practice. We are dedicated to the dissemination of knowledge about psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy through training, education, scholarly inquiry, and advocacy.
Massachusetts Association for Infant Mental Health MassAIMH are providers and professionals serving young children and families and are dedicated to promoting healthy social and emotional development in the earliest stages and relationships of life. We represent and invite many different areas of practice; such as early care and education, pediatric health care, early intervention, home visiting, parent and family support, psychology, social work, psychiatry, research and policy, and parenting.
Massachusetts Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology MAPP is a community of mental health clinicians who share an interest in psychoanalytic research, theory, and practice and are a strong educational presence in psychoanalytic psychology within the greater Boston community.
Massachusetts Neuropsychological Society MNS is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting research, clinical service, scholarly work and education in neuropsychology that enhances the understanding of brain-behavior relationship and neuropsychological disorders.
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Western Massachusetts and Albany Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology WMAAPP are psychologists, psychoanalysts, social workers, mental health counsellors, psychiatrists, nurses and others who seek to support each other in our scholarly and clinical work.
BayState Industrial-Organizational Psychology BayState IO is a membership organization connecting professionals in Massachusetts who apply principles and practices of Psychology to the workplace through internal organizational practice, external consulting, and academia.
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