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Exciting News! NEW GRADUATE DEGREES!

Official Ribbon-cutting Launches ACAP's New Partnership with the Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis

Photo Front: Mayor Michael Rieber. Left to right: Connie Bareford, Loretta Calabrese, Susan Saunders, Rosemary McGee, Patricia Bratt, Vicki Semel, Mary Massaro, Annette Vaccaro, Karen Lazar, Amy Lipsey, Lori Feigenbaum, Moe Freedman

ACAP, the Academy of Clinical and Applied Psychoanalysis, and BGSP, the Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis, have partnered to create a branch campus of BGSP: BGSP-NJ, which will offer two new graduate degrees.  

A ribbon-cutting ceremony to launch the innovative programs, the only ones of their kind in New Jersey, was held on November 5th. Mayor Michael Rieber was on hand with the mega-town scissors to make the official announcement. Licensed by the State of NJ, BGSP-NJ, as a branch campus of NEASC regionally accredited BGSP, will offer two graduate degrees in psychoanalysis. BGSP-NJ, located at the ACAP site in Livingston, New Jersey, will introduce the Master of Arts in Psychoanalytic Counseling (MAPC) and the Master of Arts in Psychoanalysis (MAP) degrees beginning January 2015. 

The Master of Arts in Psychoanalytic Counseling (MAPC) program provides students with comprehensive master's level training in mental health counseling with a specialization in psychoanalytic studies. The two-year Master of Arts in Psychoanalysis (MAP) program provides an understanding of how people develop, how they are motivated and how they interact with their environment.  This specialized MAP degree is particularly suited for anyone in education, health services, the clergy, human resources, literary studies, management and law enforcement who want to enhance competencies in dealing with everyday issues and explorations involved in their work. ACAP's Academic Programs include their nationally accredited, postgraduate Psychoanalytic Certificate Program, the Trauma and Resilience Studies Programs (TRS), and their One Year Program in Modern Psychoanalysis.  With the addition of  master's degree programs, ACAP, under the auspices of BGSP as BGSP-NJ, becomes the destination for applied and clinical modern psychoanalytic training in New Jersey. For information about the programs CLICK HERE

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The North Jersey Consultation Center (NJCC)

...transforming lives at the pace and fee comfortable for each individual.

NEW! Announcing Treatment Options for The Community
ACAP is pleased to announce it now has both an onsite facility welcoming referrals of indiviuals across the lifespan, regardless of presenting problem or finances, and is introducing the 
ACAP Mental Health Practitioners' Directory.
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Trauma and Resilience Studies Program
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Download the brochure to learn more, click here.

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MAKING LEMONADE:
Resilience in the Aftermath of Trauma

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One Year Program in Modern Psychoanalysis

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Clinical Supervision

Saturday, January 10, 2015 -- Monday, January 12, 2015
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Learn about our Writing to Heal Workshop

An ACAP Expressive Writing Group

By Nancy Gerber


"People who use writing to make sense of trauma are less anxious and experience improved immune function." Learn More>>

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ACAP EVENTS Fall 2014 

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"The Talking Cure Tour"

Come to ACAP and Learn More About Its Diverse Programs, Courses, Mental Health Services, Continuing Education Resources, and Community Involvement!

Information Open House about all ACAP courses and programs: CEU, Diploma Programs, Certification, Skill Building
Email or call 973-629-1002 to reserve a seat at the Information Open House. Join us to learn what Psychoanalytic Studies and our new Trauma and Resilience Studies programs can do for you.

There are some scholarship funds available for newcomers to this program who work with vulnerable populations, so please ask when you call for information.

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