BGSP Master's in Mental Health Counseling and Doctorate in Psychoanalysis

Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis
Brookline, MA


Details at a Glance

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  • Application Fee

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  • Financial Aid Available

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Our Program

Small-Credible-Impactful. Don’t settle for the status quo. Go further with our Master's in Mental Health Counseling degree (license-eligible).

At the Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis (BGSP), we provide graduate programs that prepare students for successful and rewarding careers as Mental Health Counselors, Psychoanalysts, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapists, Addiction Counselors, as well as Society and Cultural Change Makers.

Degrees in Counseling, Psychoanalysis, and Psychoanalysis, Society & Culture

Our integrated programs are designed to give students the education and training necessary to succeed in the real-world. Academics are taught by experienced and highly regarded faculty, and with a psychodynamic orientation students learn to work beyond symptoms and discover new solutions to old problems. We provide extensive clinical training and supervision, so students can build their confidence while they build their resume; and every student experiences their own personal analysis to build emotional resilience that protects and guides them when working with others.

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  • Application Fee

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Application Deadline

Applications are accepted and processed on a rolling basis, and students are accepted into the program on a first come basis while space is available.

Priority Deadline for International Students - November 15, 2019 for Spring 2020 Enrollment and May 1, 2020 for Fall 2020 Enrollment.

What Our Students Say

  • An education in psychoanalysis is a transformative experience and requires a fervent commitment to knowing oneself. I have found the process to be both rigorous and profound. Those seeking to deepen their understanding of human motivation and the unconscious mind will find this program challenging and rewarding.

    Sarah Smith, BGSP's Master's in Mental Health Counseling ‘10
  • I was looking to get practical clinical skills at BGSP. I found that and a whole lot more.”

    William Sharp, Graduate of the Psya.D. Program ‘10

Tuition & Financial Aid

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