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Community Service & Training

Community Engagement

The Department of Community Engagement welcomes proposals for future collaborations with the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology. Please submit your proposal to Dr. Robert Kinscherff, Associate Vice President, Community Engagement at robert_kinscherff@mspp.edu.

Brenner CenterThe Brenner Center

The Brenner Center for Psychological Assessment and Consultation provides comprehensive psychological assessment to address problems of learning and adjustment for children, adolescents and adults. Learn more...

Lucero CenterThe Center of Excellence for Children, Families and the Law

TThe Center of Excellence for Children, Families and the Law (CECFL) recognizes the life-changing decisions that are made when children and families come before Courts. The Center promotes multidisciplinary professional education, training and research to support informed professional practice, effective prevention and intervention, and thoughtful jurisprudence. Learn more...

Freedman CenterThe Freedman Center

The Richard I. and Joan L. Freedman center address the critical shortage in mental health providers for young children by exploring new ways to provide direct service, educate professionals, and increase funding and legislation through social advocacy. Learn more...

Lucero CenterThe Lucero Center

The Dr. Cynthia Lucero Center’s Latino Mental Health Program (LMHP) offers a unique opportunity for Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (MSPP) students who are interested in working with individuals from Latino cultures. Through intensive immersion in Spanish language and Hispanic cultures, students are prepared as culturally sensitive clini­cians with expertise to meet the particular mental health needs of this rapidly growing and underserved segment of the U.S. population. Learn more...

PATHWAYS ProgramThe PATHWAYS Program

MSPP is committed to reducing suspension and truancy rates and to increasing graduation rates among students enrolled in two Boston Public high schools: Urban Science Academy (USA) and West Roxbury Academy (WRA), both located at the West Roxbury Education Complex. Our collaboration with USA and WRA offers valuable interdisciplinary opportunities for MSPP students—for those with multicultural interests as well as for those in the Forensic, School Psychology, and childhood/adolescence and family programs. Learn more...

Updated 7/9/14

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