BGSP’s impact on clinical technique and the number of gifted clinicians among our alumni far exceed our stature. The School’s highly individualized approach to learning helps students uniquely shape their professional lives, producing clinical mental health counselors, scholars, and psychoanalysts who are able and confident in their abilities to remove impediments to the extraordinary, lasting growth of which virtually all people are capable.
We invite you to discover the BGSP community.
Doctor of Psychoanalysis (PsyaD)
This post-master’s program combines full training to become a psychoanalyst with academic and research studies leading to the doctorate. Tailored to take into account your prior education and training, the program fosters a high level of emotional attunement, attainable only through the combination of seminars, self-examination in the training analysis, and intensive clinical supervision.
Hybrid Accelerated PsyaD for Certified Analysts
The low-residency, accelerated track towards the Doctor of Psychoanalysis (Psya.D.) degree provides the opportunity for already certified psychoanalysts to earn a doctoral degree in psychoanalysis through distance learning, combining video conferencing and weekend intensives in Boston.
Programs in Psychoanalysis, Society and Culture (MA and PsyaD)
The interdisciplinary master’s and doctoral programs build on the critical nature of psychoanalysis by offering grounding in psychoanalytic theory and providing the theoretical and methodological tools to critique society, culture, and psychoanalysis itself.
BGSP’s highly engaged community is deeply committed to furthering humanity’s understanding of the unconscious forces that drive us, helping individuals lead more fulfilling lives, and addressing the societal and cultural challenges we continue to face.
Nearly 50 years after its founding, BGSP opens its doors to qualified students from all corners of the world to learn powerful approaches for understanding psychodynamics and effecting change in diverse settings, clinical and otherwise.
Contributing through our Therapy Center, School Outreach Program, and work in the community, our students graduate with confidence in their abilities to work skillfully with a wide range of patients in a variety of settings.
$60,000-$64,000is the average salary range of BGSP graduates
94%of BGSP graduates hold clinical jobs or are in private practice.
- Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (license eligible)
- Master’s in Psychoanalysis
- CAGS in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
- Certificate in Psychoanalysis
- Doctor of Psychoanalysis
Studies in Social and Cultural Dynamics
“Now, more than ever, it is very important that we understand people and how they operate at the deepest level.”Dr. Jane Snyder
BGSP Stories of Impact
“Here, they see you as a person, not a test score. The admissions process at BGSP gives you a good feel for what the school is like. Rather than asking you to submit a GRE score, they ask you to come interview with three faculty members. Even before I was admitted, the professors genuinely wanted to know me as a person.”Ranjana Mayar, Master’s in Mental Health Counseling Graduate, 2019