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MSPP School Psychology Program offers variety of field placement. Hear what MSPP student and alum have to say about their internship experience, a special case during the internship, and how they have been equipped with the skills and tools for their career.
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School Psychologist is one of the most rewarding career - based on US News report. Hear what MSPP alum and field supervisor have to offer for your career advice and how it may help you launch your life-changing journey.
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"John" - the client - is a high school teen who got into trouble by cutting school wires. What do you see in John's future and what can you do to help John?
"Jen" - the client - is a female high school student who has been repeatedly cutting herself since age 12. What do you see in Jane's future and what can you do to help Jen?
MSPP has a stellar reputation for training mental health practitioners. Featuring an educational model that tightly integrates classroom instruction with extensive field work, the MSPP School Psychology Program prepares professionals who are knowledgeable and skilled, confident, self-aware, and socially responsible. We provide state of the art training in a collaborative, student-centered, community-oriented learning environment.
MSPP's school psychology program integrates rigorous academic instruction with extensive field education and professional development assistance. We believe that the best learning comes from blending classroom knowledge with hands-on experience. While this happens throughout the program, first-year students receive a unique and particularly valuable introduction to clinical work as "Child Associates" in the Primary Project, an empirically-validated preventative mental health program. Students work with primary grade students who are at risk for adjustment problems.
This program prepares practitioners to enter the school psychology field with advanced level competencies that effectively meet the needs of today's schools, students, and parents. The three-year program is focused on developing skills and professional behaviors that promote healthy development and reduce barriers to learning. Students receive a Master of Arts after earning 30 or more credits, and continue on to earn a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in the final two years.
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Mental health problems seriously impact 1 out of 5 children in Massachusetts. More than 60% of parents who seek mental health services for their children are unable to find care. The number of counselors and therapists adequately trained to care for them is surprisingly small. MSPP is committed to reversing these numbers by educating skilled professionals specifically to treat children and families and by providing direct services to those in need.
It is thanks to the generosity and commitment of individuals like you that this year's Annual Gala hopes to raise $150,000 to support MSPP's educational and social programs for children and families. With your support we will:
•Provide scholarships to promising students for our new concentration, Children and Families of Adversity and Resilience,
• Create a comprehensive Social-Emotional Learning Initiative, to support teachers who educate "the whole child" for academic and life success,
•Expand our community mental health initiatives and trainings via our Freedman and Brenner Centers, which provide low and no-cost services to area schools and nonprofits, as well as thousands of families in need.
Ways you can support MSPP's programs for Children and Families:
•Participate in one of our Sponsorships.
•Make a gift now!
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 617-327-6777 x419.