Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis
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Outside the Sigmund Freud Museum (Vienna).
Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis was founded in 1973 as an institute to train psychoanalysts, particularly in the field of modern psychoanalysis.
The Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis, including its branch campus in New York, is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc. through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education. It first received accreditation from the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) in 1995, which opened psychoanalytic study to any qualified and engaged student irrespective of prior courses of study.
Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis is the only regionally accredited school of psychoanalytic studies in the United States to grant graduate degrees.[book 1]
Student life 
BGSP prepares its graduates to utilize their understanding of emotional and mental functioning for endeavors that benefit individuals and society. Graduates apply what they have learned to careers in mental health agencies, school systems, universities, profit and non-profit organizations, and private practice. 
- Spotnitz, Hymen (2004). Modern psychoanalysis of the schizophrenic patient:Theory of the technique. NY, NY: YBK Pub Inc. pp. preface. ISBN 0-9703923-6-2.
Further reading 
- Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis (official site)
- Meadow, Phyllis W. The New Psychoanalysis. Rowman & Littlefield, 2003.
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