An Introduction to Psychoanalysis

A regionally accredited provider of psychoanalytic education that is based in the northeastern United States, the Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis offers a number of graduate-level degrees in psychoanalysis, psychoanalytic counseling and psychoanlaysis and culture. The Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis prepares post-bachelor’s students for careers in the field of psychoanalysis by integrating theories of intellectual learning with emotional understanding.

Psychoanalysis, which is defined as both a theory of human nature and as a treatment method for psychological difficulties, focuses on understanding the motivation and inspiration that underlie all human behavior. Initially introduced by Sigmund Freud more than a century ago, psychoanalysis primarily concentrates on the role of the unconscious, which can have a tremendous impact on a person’s emotions and his or her psychological well-being. By bringing certain aspects of the unconscious into consciousness, psychoanalysts can help patients to examine their unconscious processes in a truthful manner and ultimately gain greater self-understanding.

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About bostongraduateschoolofpsychoanalysis

The Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis has been providing psychoanalytic training for more than 35 years. It is the only regionally accredited, degree granting, independent psychoanalytic graduate school in the country offering Master of Arts in Psychoanalysis, Master of Arts in Psychoanalytic Counseling, and Doctoral programs in Psychoanalysis. It is one of the few such institutes in the world. BGSP also offers a One–Year Program through its continuing education department. This program is designed to enrich the work of clinical practitioners and professionals who are employed in various disciplines.
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